The Ohio State Highway Patrol joined forces with members of the 6-State Trooper Project to enforce speed, safety belts, and OVI on Interstate 75.
The project ran from February 18th through February 20th.
The high-visibility campaign included the Kentucky State Police, Michigan State Police and the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The remaining states were not a part of this particular initiative.
During the project, a total of 444 people in Ohio were cited.
The Highway Patrol cited 396 drivers for speed-related violations, 37 for safety belt infractions and 11 with OVI.
The 6-State Trooper Project is a multi-state law enforcement partnership aimed at providing combined and coordinated law enforcement and security services in the areas of highway safety, criminal patrol, and information sharing.
A complete breakdown of the project can be found by clicking here.
Are you interested in being a Police Officer with the Patrol? If so, see the following links for Police Officer 1 and Police Officer 2 positions at our Capitol Operations and the Ohio Expo Center:
Police Officer 1: https://t.co/oYS78Fuh23
Police Officer 2: https://t.co/9C12AUckkt pic.twitter.com/TNlVx6QXzc
— Ohio State Highway Patrol (@OSHP) February 25, 2022