CPD releases statistics for first half of 2012

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Campbellsville Police Department recently released its activity for the first six months of 2012. Included in the data are calls for service, citations issued, collisions investigated, warning notices, complaints, criminal investigations, criminal arrests, court processes served and alarm calls.

The department has logged 5,558 calls since January for service events, which resulted in officers responding to or handling 7,589 complaints of varying nature.

During the first half of 2012, officers have issued 93 citations for speeding, arrested 52 people for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, issued 240 citations for seat belt violations, issued 13 citations for child restraint seat violations, investigated 301 traffic collisions, issued 799 warnings for equipment or traffic violations, inspected 2,005 vehicles, helped 623 motorists, initiated 380 investigations for crimes resulting in 832 arrests, served 394 court processes, conducted 15 safety programs and responded to 175 alarm calls.