As we welcome 2018, let’s all set a goal for the new year…Zero Fatalities, because that is the only acceptable goal for our communities. Start with designating a sober driver this New Year’s Eve and help contribute to our goal! Happy New Year Nevada!
WASHINGTON STATE: Marijuana traffic fatalities have DOUBLED OREGON: Marijuana DUI arrests up 163% COLORADO: Marijuana traffic deaths up 62% The Northern Nevada DUI Task Force is dedicated to the goal of NO NEW VICTIMS!
Governor Brian Sandoval, US Senator Dean Heller, Attorney General Adam Laxalt, Lt. Governor Mark Hutchinson, Congressman Mark Amodei, Congressman Cresent Hardy, Washoe County District Attorney Chris Hicks, Washoe County Sheriff Chuck Allen and a long list of other respected Nevada leaders oppose Question 2 for Nevada. Read what they have to say here at: www.votenoon2nevada.com
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Thank you to KRNV News Channel 4 for covering our Victim Impact Panel this month. This is OUR community and we all need to be a part of the solution, not a part of the problem. Never drink or drug and drive! It’s that simple, don’t put your key in the ignition.
On April 27, 2016 the Northern Nevada DUI Task Force and the Reno Kerak Shrine presented the 7th Law Enforcement Awards. We celebrated those hardworking officers, deputies and troopers who put their lives on the line for us every day to keep us safe on the roads and highways of Northern Nevada. At the dinner, […]
The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County is committed to the public’s safety in all that it does. The RTC and the Northern Nevada DUI Task Force is encouraging everyone to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day responsibly and never drive impaired. For the 13th year, the RTC is offering free transit services to provide safe transportation […]
Guest Post written by Stephie Mager I hate the word victim. I never wanted to be one. Feb. 14, 1996 my world ended as I knew it. My only child, Stephen was killed in a car being driven by his best friend. I did not want to live one minute without him. I did not […]