RIDE program conducted by Windsor police on Feb. 8, 2020. (Courtesy Windsor police)

Windsor police issued three three-day license suspensions and laid one criminal impaired-driving charge during a Friday night RIDE program.

Police say the Traffic Enforcement Branch conducted the program at three locations.

Last evening our TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT BRANCH conducted a RIDE Program at 3 locations.

RESULTS:

457 Vehicles Inspected
3 Three-Day Licence Suspensions
1 CRIMINAL Arrest for Driver Exceeding Legal Blood/Alcohol Content#DontDrinkAndDrive#DontDriveHighhttps://t.co/bCMVhOSE37 pic.twitter.com/2OdV8tbIDh

— Windsor Police (@WindsorPolice) November 21, 2020

Officers inspected 457 vehicles, issued three three-day licence suspensions and one criminal arrest for a driver exceeding legal blood/alcohol content.

Saturday also marks the start of the Ontario Provincial Police’s Festive RIDE campaign which will run until Jan. 2.

Planning to drink tonight? Don't get behind the wheel. The annual Festive RIDE campaign starts today and runs until January 2nd, 2021, so please #dontdrinkanddrive
#RoadSafety pic.twitter.com/RL1Dq5k4iz

— OPP West Region (@OPP_WR) November 21, 2020