The Motor Carrier Compliance Division (MCCD) is participating in a 72-hour multi-state high visibility enforcement campaign to target unsafe driving behaviors among commercial vehicle drivers through a partnership with the South Carolina Department of Public Safety.
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Now through Saturday, September 13, the Motor Carrier Compliance Division (MCCD) will be participating in the Brake Safety Week campaign.
Students in Georgia have returned to school from summer vacation and daily traffic patterns have changed. State troopers are reminding drivers to be especially careful when traveling through school zones and around school buses.
There were 10 deaths in Labor Day weekend traffic crashes across Georgia. The 78-hour holiday period began at 6 p.m. on Friday, August 29 and ended midnight on Monday, Sept. 1.
Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer and one of the heaviest traveled holiday periods of the year. The 78 hour Labor Day holiday travel period begins at 6 p.m. on Friday, August 29 and ends at midnight on Labor Day.
The Georgia State Patrol is teaming up with their law enforcement counterparts from Alabama, Tennessee, and Florida this week for the Annual Hands Across the Border campaign to target impaired drivers.
The Georgia State Patrol’s 95th Trooper School graduated on Friday, Aug. 15, 2014, at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Forsyth after 31 weeks of intense training.
(ATLANTA)—Tommy Waldrop from Franklin County has been promoted to the rank of Major in the Georgia State Patrol effective August 1. In his new capacity, Major Waldrop is responsible for the field operations of the Georgia State Patrol, including the 51 GSP posts across the state, as well as the Criminal Interdiction Unit (CIU), Implied Consent Unit, SWAT, GSP Dive Team and the Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team (SCRT).
As school systems across Georgia begin preparing for the new school year, officials with the Georgia Department of Public Safety’s Motor Carrier Compliance Division say they have completed their annual school bus inspections and the buses are ready to resume their normal operations.
The search is continuing for the vehicle and trailer involved in a fatal accident on Monday that killed a 53-year-old Alpharetta man.