OPERATION R.A.I.D. Remove Aggressive, Impaired. and Distracted Drivers from Kentucky Roadways, Kentucky State Police

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) To increase driving safety, Kentucky State Police is starting a new “safe driving program”.

Operation R.A.I.D (Remove aggressive, Impaired. and Distracted Drivers from Kentucky Roadways) will remain active for one year.

Law enforcement will be more visible and the number of check points will increase.

This program will allow each post to identify target areas.

"Not only just texting, but any distracting drivers. This includes eating and drinking. We are going to be out looking for those people. You’re going to see a major force when it comes time for St. Patrick’s Day weekend and holiday weekends," said Trooper Biven, Kentucky State Police.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’ studies show two-thirds of all fatal crashes link to aggressive drivers.

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2 Replies to “OPERATION R.A.I.D. Remove Aggressive, Impaired. and Distracted Drivers from Kentucky Roadways, Kentucky State Police”

  1. Any reason at all to pull you over and illegally search your vehicle and person. I know some states have forfeiture laws that enable L.E .to STEAL your property. They use this law to the fullest and confiscate as much as they can.Vehicles, money ,land and other personal property if THEY believe it came from drug proceeds. Any wonder LE is so dead set against ANY kind of intelligent debate about legalization even for medical purposes.THE WAR ON DRUGS IS BY FAR THE MOST LUCRATIVE CAMPAIGN IN HISTORY FOR All L.E AGENCIES The more they spend in this war the more money is stuffed into their already ballooning budgets by the Feds so that they can become a Military force instead of a Police force.They use the power of the badge to brutalize the citizens to keep them in fear of the police and this keeps the folks easier to control..The forth amendment against unreasonable search and seizure is dead and gone when Barny can make up any reason at all to detain,search and to confiscate.your property,and say he had “Probable cause “then yes, you live in a police state.

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  2. This is another one of many unconstitutiona l uses of the law to infringe upon our right to privacy.

    Theoretically, just lighting a cigarette while driving could be a reason for an officer to pull you over. Or taking a drink of your morning coffee.

    This new “safe driving program” is just an extension of “probable cause”….

    We are effectively living in a “police state”…

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