May 15, 2013 at 11:00 pm.
USF DUI Attorney Lawyer in Tampa
just uncovered a report of a DUI Checkpoint Roadblock on the Tampa Campus. USF Police to Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint –
The University of South Florida Police Department will host a one-hour Sobriety Checkpoint on the USF Campus on May 15, 2013 beginning at 11:00 pm. The checkpoint operation will be immediately followed by a four-hour saturation patrol. During this time, USF Police Officers will seek to identify impaired drivers in an effort to keep our streets safe. Impaired drivers that are identified will face arrest and prosecution. This operation is part of a comprehensive, collaborative approach to traffic safety by the USF Police Department. The USF Police Department has primary jurisdiction on and about property owned or controlled by the University of South Florida.
Someone needs to tell DUI Officer Michael Tinney about their primary jurisdiction – we have yet to defend a single DUI arrest he made on campus. One source reports, “Officer Tinney was awarded Officer of the Year and DUI Enforcement Officer of the Year for 2012 by the USF Police Department. He also received an award from Hillsborough County Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for his DUI Enforcement in 2012. Officer Tinney actively participates in all enforcement campaigns and leads the DUI Checkpoints for his squad.” He is a DUI arrest award winner in the campus police department’s DUI arrest contest.
Here is a downloadable copy of the USF DUI Checkpoint Announcement.