The Saskatchewan RCMP is taking to social media this weekend in their latest campaign to help curb impaired driving.
The “24 Stories in 24 hours” campaign has members of the RCMP posting their experiences with drinking and driving on Facebook, over a 24-hour period.
Sergeant Al Hofland with RCMP F Division said this weekend was the best time to share the stories, since Saturday was National Impaired Driving Enforcement Day, but said everyday is a good one to discuss the dangers of drunk driving.
Hofland said he hopes the campaign hits home with Saskatchewan residents.
“The stories we will be sharing on social media provide examples of what our RCMP members see as they work to keep our impaired drivers off of our roads,” explained Hofland.
Over the course of the month, extra officers will be working the weekend night shifts to look out for impaired drivers.
Follow the hashtag, #24StoriesIn24Hours on Facebook to read the impaired driving stories of Saskatchewan RCMP officers.