All of the participating agencies worked together to combat aggressive driving.
The Florida Highway Patrol and Broward County Sheriff’s Office once again worked together to combat aggressive drivers. This time, more than 15 law enforcement agencies were involved in the effort as part of a new multi-agency task force named BAD (Blitz on Aggressive Drivers). The BAD initiative was announced at a press conference by Broward County Sheriff Al Lamberti and FHP Maj. Miguel Guzman, along with Chief Duncan Foster from the city of Coral Springs, representing the Broward County Police Chief’s Association.
Maj. Miguel Guzman, Sheriff Al Lamberti, and Chief Duncan Foster
show support for the new multi-agency BAD task force.
The BAD task force allows officers from other police agencies to be deputized so jurisdictional boundaries do not inhibit the enforcement of traffic laws. Maj. Miguel Guzman and others addressed the media, informing the public about the dangers of aggressive driving, and encouraging other law enforcement agencies across the state of Florida to adopt similar initiatives.
Major Guzman addresses the media.