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Sheriff’s Office to conduct sobriety checkpoint

Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland; May 24th, 2016 ---- The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, together with members of the Maryland State Police, Westminster Police Department, Hampstead Police Department, Manchester Police Department, and Taneytown Police Department, will conduct a sobriety checkpoint at an undisclosed location this weekend, May 28th, 2016, to promote awareness and reduce the number of alcohol-impaired drivers on the roads. The checkpoint is part of the agency’s traffic safety initiative to keep county roads safe for residents and travelers. The checkpoint will be clearly marked with signs, lights and uniformed officers.

The department conducts several checkpoints throughout the year, in addition to utilizing special enforcement details specifically targeting drunk and drugged drivers. Checkpoints conducted by the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office are part of the Checkpoint Strikeforce campaign and are funded by the Maryland Department of Transportation.

Traffic crashes continue to be a leading cause of death for Maryland residents. Police urge drivers to always drive sober, obey the speed limit, wear a seat belt and eliminate distractions. If you see an impaired driver on the road, please call 911.




Deputies honored for their contribution to Homeland Security education

Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland; May 11, 2016 -----  On May 10th, 2016, Corporal Jeremy Holland and Master Deputy Worthy Washington were honored by the Maryland Homeland Security Educational Alliance at the first annual Student Showcase and Ceremony of Appreciation. Deputies Holland and Washington are among the 21 individuals recognized for their contributions to the growth of homeland security education in Maryland.

Fourteen Maryland Counties currently participate in the Maryland State Homeland Security Emergency Preparedness high school curriculum, which prepares students for futures in Homeland Security and Public Safety careers. The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is proud to be a participant in this program, building future leaders in the public safety industry.


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