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2006

111706 - Operation Click It or Ticket

121206 - Georgia Troopers Participating In Operation Zero Tolerance

121206 - State Troopers to Target Impaired Drivers During National Holiday Lifesaver Weekend

2006 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics 

DPS Officers to Participate in National Safety Efforts

Funding Renewed for GSP Legal Assistance Program

Funeral Held Saturday for Cpl. Mike Young

Georgia Motor Carrier Officers to Join International Enforcement Effort 
ATLANTA - Motor Carrier Compliance officers from the Georgia Department of Public Safety will join officers from throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico, June 6-8, for Roadcheck 2006, an annual international effort to promote safety and security on North American highways.

Governor Perdue Announces New Teen Driver Parental Notification Program

Holiday Patrols to Target Dangerous Drivers in Georgia 
(ATLANTA) - Georgia State Troopers and officers with the Motor Carrier Compliance and Capitol Police divisions of the Georgia Department of Public Safety are preparing for back-to-back 78-hour Christmas and New Year's holiday travel periods.

Holiday Period Could Be Deadly on Georgia Roads

Holiday Travel Expected to be Heavy on Georgia Roads 
(ATLANTA) - The Georgia Department of Public Safety is reminding drivers to use extra caution this coming Memorial Day weekend as traffic is expected to be heavy on Georgia roads.

State Patrol Warns of Summer Heat Dangers

State Traffic Enforcement Officers to Join OZT

Thanksgiving Traffic Holiday Period 
The Crash Reporting Unit of the Georgia Department of Transportation and the Georgia State Patrol are jointly predicting 2,915 traffic crashes, 1,301 injuries and 20 traffic deaths on Georgia roads. The holiday period begins at 6 p.m., Wednesday, November 22 and ends at midnight, Sunday, November 26.

Troopers Advise Caution Over Busy Labor Day Weekend

Twelve GSP Members Among those Honored at Awards Ceremony 
FORSYTH, Ga. - Today Governor Sonny Perdue announced the recipients of the Governor's Public Safety Awards (GPSA) at a ceremony in Forsyth, Georgia, recognizing 29 public safety professionals for acts of heroism and three for contributions to the profession.