RIVERSIDE COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT
Sheriff Chad Bianco
|Press Release:||Quality of Life - Traffic Enforcement Saturation|
|Station Area:||San Jacinto|
|Written Date:||February 26, 2020||Time:||6:00 AM|
|Incident Date:||February 26, 2020||Time:||8:00 AM - 2:00 PM|
|Incident Location:||City of San Jacinto|
|Reporting Officer:||Sergeant Bryan De Loss|
The San Jacinto Sheriff Station and the City of San Jacinto appreciates the cooperation and support we received from each agency, sheriff station and city that dedicated resources to this traffic enforcement operation.
The effort of all personnel involved resulted in the following:
Total Traffic Stops: Over 400
Total warnings given: 44
Speed Related Violations: 102
Stop Sign Violations: 26
Red Light Violations: 4
Seat Belt Violations: 25
Equipment Violations: 45
Cell Phone Violations: 46
Traffic Control Sign Violations: 27
Commercial Vehicle Related Violations: 27
Unlicensed Driver Violations: 12
Suspended Driver’s License Violations: 6
DUI and or Misdemeanor Warrant Arrests: 12
Felony Warrant Arrests: 2
Possession of Methamphetamine for sales (over one ounce) Arrest: 1
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department and our law enforcement partners are dedicated to the safety of the citizens we serve. We are looking forward to operations like today’s to continue throughout the County of Riverside. Please direct any questions regarding this operation to Sergeant Bryan De Loss at the San Jacinto Sheriff Station, 951-654-2702.
On Wednesday, February 26, 2020, the San Jacinto Sheriff’s Station is hosting the first Quality of Life – Traffic Enforcement Saturation operation for the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. The operation will start about 8:00 a.m. and will end about 2:00 p.m. During this operation, Motorcycle Enforcement deputies, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement deputies and Collision Investigation deputies from across the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department will be patrolling the roadways in the City of San Jacinto. Our neighboring law enforcement partners, the California Highway Patrol and City of Hemet Police Department, will also be participating in these enforcement efforts.
The mission of this traffic saturation operation is to reduce the overall number of traffic collisions within the City of San Jacinto based on the following historical data, broken down by year:
2017: 9 fatality, 208 injury and 436 non-injury traffic collisions
15 hit and run collisions with injuries, 191 non-injury hit and run collisions
16 injury collisions involving a DUI motorist, 37 non-injury collisions involving a DUI motorists
2018: 6 fatality, 182 injury and 358 non-injury traffic collisions.
19 hit and run collisions with injuries, 160 non-injury hit and run collisions
5 injury collisions involving a DUI motorist, 29 non-injury collisions involving DUI motorists
2019: 8 fatality, 200 injury and 340 non-injury traffic collisions
22 hit and run collisions with injuries, 180 non-injury hit and run collisions
7 injury collisions involving a DUI motorist, 29 non-injury collisions involving DUI motorists
Personnel will be deployed throughout the City of San Jacinto and at the conclusion of this operation an updated press release will be authored to provide specific statistics. Any questions regarding this operation, please contact Sergeant Bryan De Loss at the San Jacinto Sheriff Station, 951-654-2702.
Citizens may also submit a tip using the Sheriff’s CrimeTips online form.
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is seeking applicants for Deputy Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff Trainee, Correctional Deputy, Sheriff’s 911 Communications Officer, and other employment opportunities such as clerical and support positions. If you are interested in a career with us, please apply at www.joinrsd.org or call 1-888-Join-RSD