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Supervisor Bill Reilich Announces 2017 Year End Arrest Report

Supervisor Reilich is pleased to announce that the 2017 Year End STOP-DWI Arrest Report has shown that our Greece Police Department continues to perform an exceptional job in their efforts to curtail DWI.  In 2017 the report shows an overall 20% increase in DWI arrests, the highest in any municipal department. According to the Monroe County STOP-DWI: DWI/DWAI Arrest Report Year-End 2017, the Greece Police Department made 358 DWI/DWAI arrests in 2017. This is up from 278 arrests made in 2016. Throughout Monroe County, total DWI/DWAI arrests made for 2017 is 2,510.

“I am incredibly proud of our Greece Police Department and the dedicated job they perform in keeping our Town safe” said Supervisor Reilich. “Their constant vigilance makes a significant impact on our community – which is clearly expressed in how many DWI/DWAI arrests have been made by our officers this year. I certainly hope that those choosing to drink and drive will realize that here in the Town of Greece, we are very serious about doing all we can to hold these individuals accountable. On behalf of all of our residents, we extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to the Greece Police Department for striving every day to make our Town a safe place to live”.