Multiple police departments are working together to make Ogden Avenue a safer road for Illinois drivers. It was initiated by the Naperville police department but stretches from Kendall County all the way to the boundary of Ogden Ave in Berwyn in Cook County. Police Departments included in this initiative are Woodridge, Aurora, Oswego, Hinsdale, Yorkville, Downers Grove, Western Springs, Berwyn, and Lisle. The DuPage County sheriff’s office, Kendall County sheriff’s office and Illinois State police will also be on the lookout for law breakers.
The Naperville police department released a statement outlining the purpose of this program. The release stated that “the purpose of the campaign is to increase the safety of motorists utilizing the thoroughfare through education and traffic enforcement. Our efforts will concentrate on speed, occupant restraint violations as well as other safety violations noted during our efforts.” The Woodbridge police department also wants to include drivers who appear to be driving under the influence.
While the campaign will only last a day, the message is clear that Illinois police departments are standing behind their slogans, “Click it or Ticket” and “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over”. As police are promising to be more vigilant, you should exercise more caution tomorrow on any street you are on, especially Ogden Avenue. If you are pulled over for multiple charges or have multiple moving violations you will benefit greatly from contacting experienced legal representation in DuPage County today.Share This Page