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Oakland Gardens, N.Y. February 1st, 2010 - Officer “X” Reveals His Top Methods For Making His DUI Quota. recently interviewed a 20-year police veteran today about his secrets for catching drunk drivers. All in all, he was able to divulge 5 police secrets to catching DWI / DUI suspects, and they’ll be spelled out in detail here.

5. Drivers can’t hide on the “back roads”.

Yes, it’s true that far less people drive on the back roads or neighborhood streets, but “We make sure to patrol those roads, too - and we watch for people exiting 1 neighborhood onto a main street and quickly entering another one,” says Officer X.

4. Police officers don’t believe that a drink here or there is OK.

“If you’ve seen the carnage I’ve seen - the accident fatalities, lives ruined, people maimed, orphaned or widowed, and the incredibly high percentage of accidents caused by drunk drivers, you’d have zero sympathy for those that drink and drive,” Officer X sternly says.

3. There’s no safe ‘tricks’ to hiding the fact someone’s drunk driving.

It’s stunning to hear from police that over 90% of the time, “it was obvious” that someone was driving drunk. What does Officer X look for when evaluating whether someone’s under the influence? “Some people hang on the white lines on the road in an attempt to drive straight. Others drive too aggressively, and many drive to cautiously or slowly. We’re trained to watch for all the obvious signs of drunk driving, and believe me, if you’re looking, it’s easy to spot someone who’s intoxicated.”

Readers can get the full article text by visiting Well, needless to say, some of what Officer X revealed in his interview was surprising, but readers will have to check in next week to see part 2 of‘s DUI police officer interview series for more tips on avoiding DWI / DUI arrest.


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