COOK COUNTY SHERIFF'S AND ILLINOIS STATE POLICE TO CONDUCT JOINT DUI CHECKPOINT IN PALATINE TOWNSHIP
Friday, December 21, 2012
—In an effort to curb dangerous or drunk driving, the Cook County Sheriff's Police and the Illinois State Police Departments will conduct a random roadside safety checkpoint near the intersection of Route 68 (Dundee Road) and Route 53 in Palatine Township tonight, according to the Office of Sheriff Thomas J. Dart.
During the safety check, vehicles will be stopped randomly based on the flow of traffic. Drivers will be screened for proper licensing and registration while all vehicles will be checked for equipment and other violations. Also, any suspicious passengers will be subject to scrutiny by police.
The Sheriff's Random Roadside Safety Check Program is conducted regularly across Cook County in an effort to promote safe driving.