The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office participated in
the Project Extra Mile selective
enforcement campaign December of 2014.
The enforcement focused on Compliance Checks of local establishments and
Party Patrols to check areas where minors typically drink alcohol. The Compliance Checks were done on Fri,
12Dec14, 1700-2300 and Sat, 13Dec14, 1700-2100.
The Party Patrols were conducted on Sat, 13Dec14, 2100-0200. This enforcement was funded through a grant
from Project Extra Mile.
this operation, (4) Deputies worked (2) Compliance Checks and (1) Party
Patrols. During the course of conducting
the Compliance Checks, approximately (41) locations were checked in Douglas County.
Deputies compiled the following cumulative statistics for the operation:
· 0 Traffic Stops
· 0 Traffic citations*
· 1 Parks, Parking Lots, Schools checked
· 10 MIP Citations Issued
· 1 Juvenile Referral (MIP)
· 22 Juvenile Contacts
· 41 Locations checked for Compliance
· 0 Violations for sale/serve minors
A total of 35 man hours were contributed to the
effort. A total of 179 miles were logged on DCSO vehicles. The operation accounted
for $1,608.16 incurred in overtime.
goals with this selective enforcement were to ensure that licensed
establishments are exercising due diligence to not sell alcohol to minors and
to deter minors from possessing alcohol illegally.