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DUI Enforcement Detail Announced for Ocean County

Ocean County

Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato today announced that Ocean County law enforcement will conduct a Route 35/37 roving Driving Under the Influence enforcement detail for this coming March 9 weekend.

The detail perimeters are identified as State Highway 35 from Seaside Park Borough to Point Pleasant Beach and State Highway 37 Seaside Heights to Manchester Township. 

The detail encompasses ten municipal jurisdictions traversing the Route 35 and Route 37 Highways in Ocean County. According to authorities, the initiative is a pro-active effort to prevent accidents and address traffic violations throughout the above areas. 

This is a multi-jurisdictional effort supported by the Chiefs of Police and supervisors from the following jurisdictions:

* Seaside Heights Police Department

* Seaside Park Police Department

* Toms River Police Department

* Lavallette Police Department

* Brick Police Department

* Berkeley Township Police Department

* Mantoloking Police Department

* Bay Head Police Department

* Point Pleasant Beach Police Department

* Manchester Police Department

* Lakehurst Police Department

* Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office

* Ocean County Sheriff’s Department

* NJ State Police Troop “C” Tactical Patrol Unit & D.U.I. Enforcement Patrol

Detail patrols are instructed to strictly and aggressively enforce the DUI statute, as well as, NJ motor vehicle statutes that are common contributory causes of crashes. 

These causes include, but are not limited to, driving while under the influence, aggressive driving, improper/unsafe turning, failing to yield, failing to keep right, improper passing, inattentive driving, disregard of traffic signals, excessive speed, following too closely and various commercial carrier violations such as overweight, equipment maintenance and inadequate brake pressure. 

Equipped participating agencies will utilize Automated License Plate Readers.