The Alcoholics Anonymous Fellowship of Los Angeles County will be getting an influx of nearly 1200 new prospects in the next month due to a massive DUI checkpoint and crackdown from June 29 to Sunday July 8,2012. The Los Angeles Alcoholics Anonymous Central Office on 4311 Wilshire Blvd. #104 in Los Angeles , CA 90010 will be having quite a time with this new influx of soon to be coerced AA prospects, expect to see a surge in "service work" commitments.
For more information on The Los Angeles Alcoholics Anonymous Central Office see - http://lacoaa.org/
1,188 Arrested During July 4th DUI Campaign
Police say beefed up patrols and checkpoints around Los Angeles County during the Fourth of July holiday period were meant to deter drunk driving.
By City News Service July 10, 2012
Nearly 1,200 DUI arrests were made throughout Los Angeles County during 10 days of beefed-up law enforcement efforts designed to combat drunken driving in connection with the Fourth of July holiday period, authorities reported Monday.
The Avoid the 100 Los Angeles County DUI Campaign began on June 29 and
continued through Sunday.
During that time, law enforcement officers conducted 21 sobriety/driver's license checkpoints and 58 "DUI saturation patrols" around the county, and arrested 1,188 people on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
This year, July 4th fell on a Wednesday, and authorities included the weekends preceding and following the holiday in the enforcement campaign.
The campaign was funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.