UTPD ‘Ties One On for Safety’ This Holiday Season

 
UTPD Cpl. Donnie Ross ties a red MADD ribbon to the mirror of his cruiser.

UTPD Cpl. Donnie Ross ties a red MADD ribbon to the mirror of his cruiser.

Officials from the University of Tennessee Police Department recently joined fellow law officers from the Knox County Sheriff’s Office and the Tennessee Highway Patrol and representatives from the Governor’s Highway Safety Council in support of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)’s “Tie On One for Safety” campaign.

Law officers received red MADD ribbons to tie around their rear-view mirrors. The ribbons are a visible sign to all motorists that police agencies are committed to encouraging motorists to drive safe, sober and buckled up.

To learn more about the “Tie On One for Safety” program, visit the MADD Web site.

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