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‘Disturbing trend’ of more arrests related to driving with disabilities in Ottawa this year

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With the holiday season fast approaching, the number of drivers arrested for disability-related offenses is rising, reports the Ottawa Police Department of Transportation.

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A total of 463 alcoholic driving violations have been prosecuted so far this year, compared to 375 in the same period in 2021.

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“The number of drivers arrested for disability-related crimes continues to rise,” the agency said on social media.

“This is a disturbing trend. Whether you’re going to a special event or a holiday party, make a plan to get home and drive sober.”

A total of 114 drivers will blow in the “warning” range in 2022, compared to 83 in 2021, and 99 drivers will refuse to provide a breath sample, compared to 107 in 2021. was prosecuted for

68 drivers were charged with driving under the influence of drugs, compared to 72 in 2021.

MADD Canada launched its Project Red Ribbon campaign on November 1st. The campaign aims to help people who have been driving drunk or using substances such as cannabis to stop driving drunk or make a plan to get home safely.

Through January 2nd, volunteers across Canada will serve as a symbol of people’s promise to always drive calmly and “a powerful tribute to the hundreds of Canadians killed and thousands injured in crashes.” Distribute thousands of red ribbons and car stickers for use as It is associated with alcohol and drugs every year.

‘Disturbing trend’ of more arrests related to driving with disabilities in Ottawa this year

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