The primary mission of the Traffic Enforcement and H.E.A.T. Unit is to reduce traffic crashes through intelligence-led enforcement and education and to investigate traffic crashes that involve serious injuries and/or fatalities. Currently, the unit is staffed by a Sergeant and three HEAT team members. This unit will expand in the future due to the vital role that safety and education contacts play in saving lives and preventing injuries by reducing crashes and keeping our roadways safe.
Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic (H.E.A.T.)
The Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic, or H.E.A.T. Unit, is funded by a grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. The primary mission of the H.E.A.T. unit is to reduce the number of impaired driving crashes in Glynn County, enforce laws targeting aggressive driving, and educate the public on laws relating to impaired and aggressive driving. There are four officers assigned to this unit at this time.