Zero tol­er­ance at Roma Cup Day

The Western Star - - News -

NU­MER­OUS ex­ter­nal po­lice traf­fic crews and ve­hi­cles across Queens­land are head­ing for Roma to patrol race day this week­end. They will be do­ing con­tin­u­ous cir­cuits and there will be a strong traf­fic pres­ence on the roads. A Roma po­lice spokesman said po­lice wanted to re­it­er­ate, as far as driv­ing goes, road polic­ing pres­ence will be very heavy so if any­one is un­sure if they have had too much al­co­hol to not risk it. “Come a with a plan B, there should be no rea­son for any­one once they get to the venue to be driv­ing as there will be free buses run­ning all day,” a Roma po­lice spokesper­son said.

“Roma Turf Club will be run­ning Alco me­tres on both days, to help punter iden­tify if they have had too much – a great ini­tia­tive. “There will be zero tol­er­ance for any traf­fic of­fences over this week­end, the same is said for any li­censed venues and be­havioural re­lated of­fences on premises.”

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.