Chippewa County law enforcement stepping up speed enforcement this month

Chippewa County (WQOW) – The Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office, Chippewa Falls police, Stanley police and Cadott police are all stepping up traffic enforcement in August.

According to the Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office, all four agencies will work together to increase patrol efforts and slow down speeders. 

A $25,000 federal grant will cover the expense of the extra patrols. 

"Our goal as law enforcement is zero in Wisconsin when it comes to traffic fatalities," said Chippewa County Sheriff Jim Kowalczyk.

During August, the patrols were already out on August 3 and August 10.

For the remainder of the month, patrols will be out August 12,17,19,24,27,29,31

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