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California Highway Patrol - Southern Division
Wednesday July 6th, 2016 :: 11:23 a.m. PDT


Official Independence Day Holiday Statistics

4th of July Final Report

The Fourth of July Independence Day Maximum Enforcement Period covered a total of 78 hours from 6:01 p.m., July 2nd, to July 4th, 11:59 pm.

The following details statewide and LA County DUI arrests and fatal collision data:


Statewide CHP DUI Arrests 2016: 1118
Statewide CHP DUI Arrests 2015: 930
Los Angeles County CHP DUI Arrests 2016: 211
Los Angeles County CHP DUI Arrests 2015: 207


Statewide 2016: 35 Killed
Statewide 2015: 26 Killed
Los Angeles County 2016: 6 Killed
Los Angeles County 2015: 2 Killed

As a side note, this year’s Independence Day Holiday Maximum Enforcement Period was 24 hours longer than 2015, which may have attributed to the spike in arrests and fatal collisions.

The California Highway Patrol wants to remind you to think about the massive toll that drinking and driving causes. Our goal is to help keep you safe, and to make California a great place to live, work and travel. The California Highway Patrol invests in your future by reducing fatalities, injuries, and crime. We always strive to provide the highest level of safety, service and security to all.

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Glendale, CA 91203

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Officer Edgar Figueroa
California Highway Patrol Southern Division

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