Police warning on drink driving

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Police Scotland’s Tayside Division, is reminding motorists that all officers will take every opportunity to detect those committing a drink or drug driving offence and bring them before the courts.

Police say the impact of drink or drug driving can be enormous and affects many people, not just those who are caught.

If you are stopped and police find that you are illegally impaired through alcohol or drugs officers are warning they will not be sympathetic as there are no exceptions.

You will be arrested and appear before the court.

They added that the on-going support from the community is indicative of the contempt in which they view these selfish individuals. Members of the public are urged to continue to provide officers with information to assist in the detection of drink and drug drivers in order for offenders to be placed before the courts at the earliest opportunity.

If anyone wishes to report a suspected drink or drug driver then please call Police Scotland on 101.