Kensington (PEI) sees no drinking & driving charges during the holiday season

Staff
January 04, 2017
By Staff
Constable Robb Hartlen of the Kensington Police Service (KPS) on Prince Edward Island, reported that there were no drinking & driving arrests or charges over the Christmas holiday season according to a story published by CBC News.

The first stage of the campaign, got off to a rocky start when the KPS posted a warning on their Facebook page, threatening to play Canadian rock-band Nickelback’s 2001 album “Silver Side Up” in the cruiser on the way to jail.

During the second stage of the campaign, they gave out candy-canes instead of tickets, along with a note reminding people to drive safely and have a happy holiday.

The final stage included a social media campaign on Twitter using the hashtag #notsobernotdriving.

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