New Website (And App) Will Show You Where DUI Patrols Will Be


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The Washington Traffic Safety Commission unveiled a new website that will show when and where police will be looking for people Driving Under the Influence (DUI) – it’s called waTikiLeaks.com, and includes a map of where patrols will be in King, Pierce and Snohomish Counties.

“Click on a county and you get dates, times and locations for upcoming DUI patrols,” reads a press release.

The site also has a mobile version, so you can easily view the information on your smart phone. waTikiLeaks.com also includes social media sharing options so you can share information on Twitter or Facebook.

Here’s more from a release:

Pierce, King and Snohomish Counties are participating in a special two-year Target Zero Teams project, with a goal of reducing deaths caused by DUI. To reach the goal, the Teams are doing what they can to deter and take enforcement against DUI.

Information on waTikiLeaks.com is posted by local Traffic Safety Task Forces who are participating in Target Zero Teams. Why are they leaking information that could help drivers avoid tickets and arrests? The task forces promote safe driving on a community level, and one method is to encourage sober driving.

The site is sponsored by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission.

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