More arrests in Cambridgeshire crackdown on drink drivers
A FURTHER 23 people have been arrested for drink or drug driving last week.
Cambridgeshire police is running a month-long crackdown on motorists under the influence of drink or drugs to coincide with the launch of its anonymous reporting line.
Officers arrested 23 people and received 19 calls on their hotline in the second week of the campaign.
Inspector Chris Skepper said: “We know there are people out there who still feel it is acceptable to drive under the influence and there are also people who know who these offenders are.
“They may not feel comfortable reporting drink and drug drivers so the confidential line is available to allow people to do this without having to leave their details.
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“We will act on the information immediately where possible or through targeted action.”
INFORMATION: To report a drink or drug driver call 0800 032 0845.
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