H.E.A.T. Unit Sergeant.
Highway Enforcement Aggressive Traffic (H.E.A.T.)
WHAT IS H.E.A.T.?
H.E.A.T. is designed to educate the public and enforce laws related to impaired and aggressive driving. Each officer is armed with materials to educate Georgia citizens about our laws related to aggressive and impaired driving. Education and enforcement must go hand in hand if we are to be successful in reducing the number of crashes, fatalities and injuries on our highways.
Aggressive traffic (speed and drunk
driving among the worst behaviors) has been determined
to be one of the leading causes of death and serious
injury crashes on the roadways of Georgia.
For the first time in the history of
highway safety the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway
Safety has created a multi-jurisdictional task force to
address aggressive and impaired driving in Georgia.
Originally, three officers from six counties and the
City of College Park and the City of Atlanta came
together to form a team of twenty-four officers to form
H.E.A.T. Since this formation, the H.E.A.T. team has
continued to grow with agencies being added across the
state each month.
* Reduce the number of impaired
driving crashes in Georgia by 10%.
* Enforce laws targeting Aggressive
Driving around Georgia
H.E.A.T. Unit Sergeant
Floyd Canup 127
H.E.A.T. Unit Deputy
Deputy Benny Loudermilk
GEORGIA HEAT: Making a Difference in
Stopping Aggressive Traffic
Among the many HEAT teams around
Georgia include: Habersham County Sheriff's
Office, Barrow County Sheriff's Office, Carroll County
Sheriff's Office, Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, Coweta
County Sheriff's Office, Dougherty County Police Department,
Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Dublin Police Department,
Duluth Police Department, Hall County Sheriff's Office, Henry
County Police Department, Richmond County Sheriff's Office,
Savannah Chatham Police Department, Georgia State Patrol,
Atlanta Police Department, College Park Police Department,
Walton County Sheriff's Office, Clayton County Police
Department, DeKalb County Police Department, Bibb County
Sheriff's Office, Marietta Police Department, Morrow Police
Department, Paulding County Sheriff's Office, Glynn County
Police Department, Sandy Springs Police Department, Valdosta
Police Department, Winder Police Department, and Forsyth County
Sheriff's Office. More teams are coming on board daily!
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