Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and Commissioner of Police Patrick J. Ryder announce that in an effort to combat drinking and driving, the Nassau County Police Department, along with multiple Village Police Department’s, will be participating in “Saturation Saturday” on August 25, 2018.
This event is funded through the Nassau County STOP DWI and a special DWI Enforcement Grant from the New York State Governors Traffic Safety Committee. The program has been organized under the direction of Nassau County STOP DWI Coordinator Christopher Mistron.
The evening will begin with a short presentation at the Donald F. Kane Assembly Hall in Police Headquarters by members of MADD speaking about the perils of DWI. Following this presentation the members of Highway Patrol, CIRRT, and Bureau of Special Operations will begin a zero tolerance DWI saturation of the county. A Checkpoint will be established at a location to be announced. Additionally, there will be officers assigned to directed DWI enforcement throughout the county.
Media is invited to attend all facets of this important enforcement effort.
Date: Saturday, August 25, 2018
Time: 7:00 P.M.
Location: Nassau County Police Headquarters,
Donald F. Kane Assembly Hall
1490 Franklin Avenue
Mineola, N.Y. 11501