SPD gets breathalyzers


The Swanton Police Department has received two new Preliminary Breath Test Breathalyzers (PBTs) through its collaborative efforts with the Swanton Area Community Coalition. The units were purchased by S.A.C.C. and will be placed in the department’s patrol vehicles. These are helpful tools that will be used to detect alcohol on a person’s breath when investigating incidents such as O.V.I. traffic stops and underage alcohol consumption. The department is excited to have the additional resources and would like to thank the Swanton Area Community Coalition, which has worked hard in bringing together all sectors of the community for the reduction and prevention of substance abuse in Swanton, said Police Chief Adam Berg. Pictured, from left, are S.A.C.C. President Gary Waterstradt, S.A.C.C. Executive Director Andrea Smith, Chief Berg.


The Swanton Police Department has received two new Preliminary Breath Test Breathalyzers (PBTs) through its collaborative efforts with the Swanton Area Community Coalition. The units were purchased by S.A.C.C. and will be placed in the department’s patrol vehicles. These are helpful tools that will be used to detect alcohol on a person’s breath when investigating incidents such as O.V.I. traffic stops and underage alcohol consumption. The department is excited to have the additional resources and would like to thank the Swanton Area Community Coalition, which has worked hard in bringing together all sectors of the community for the reduction and prevention of substance abuse in Swanton, said Police Chief Adam Berg. Pictured, from left, are S.A.C.C. President Gary Waterstradt, S.A.C.C. Executive Director Andrea Smith, Chief Berg.

The Swanton Police Department has received two new Preliminary Breath Test Breathalyzers (PBTs) through its collaborative efforts with the Swanton Area Community Coalition. The units were purchased by S.A.C.C. and will be placed in the department’s patrol vehicles. These are helpful tools that will be used to detect alcohol on a person’s breath when investigating incidents such as O.V.I. traffic stops and underage alcohol consumption. The department is excited to have the additional resources and would like to thank the Swanton Area Community Coalition, which has worked hard in bringing together all sectors of the community for the reduction and prevention of substance abuse in Swanton, said Police Chief Adam Berg. Pictured, from left, are S.A.C.C. President Gary Waterstradt, S.A.C.C. Executive Director Andrea Smith, Chief Berg.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2016/01/web1_Breathalyzers-SPD.jpgThe Swanton Police Department has received two new Preliminary Breath Test Breathalyzers (PBTs) through its collaborative efforts with the Swanton Area Community Coalition. The units were purchased by S.A.C.C. and will be placed in the department’s patrol vehicles. These are helpful tools that will be used to detect alcohol on a person’s breath when investigating incidents such as O.V.I. traffic stops and underage alcohol consumption. The department is excited to have the additional resources and would like to thank the Swanton Area Community Coalition, which has worked hard in bringing together all sectors of the community for the reduction and prevention of substance abuse in Swanton, said Police Chief Adam Berg. Pictured, from left, are S.A.C.C. President Gary Waterstradt, S.A.C.C. Executive Director Andrea Smith, Chief Berg.

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