355 West Main Street
Malone, NY 12953
Physical Address for Franklin County STOP-DWI:
Malone Police Department
2 Police Plaza
Malone, NY 12953
"Thank you to STOP-DWI New York and Jermaine Galloway for an outstanding day of eye opening training at Paul Smith's College on September 26th. And thank you to the more than 100 people who made the trip and endured the the heat of this uncommonly warm Fall day."
(April 28, 2017)
"For the last three weeks the Franklin County STOP-DWI's I.D.S. (Impaired Driving Simulator) has been put through the paces at the Tupper Lake High School by North Star Prevention Specialist Wendy Cross. Thank you Wendy for all your hard work with the project and for inviting us there. If you would like the I.D.S. at your school or event call us at 483-2399."
Franklin County STOP-DWI recently held it's Impaired Driving Prevention Poster Contest at Tupper Lake High School. The contest was co-sponsored by the Tupper Lake S.A.D.D. chapter and was held during the first three weeks of February. On March 28th Casey O'Connor's entry was chosen as our winner by Tupper Lake School Staff. Casey received a certificate of achievement and a $50 check supplied by the Franklin County District Attorney's Office. These funds came from drug seizure money. We would like to thank all who entered and congratulate Casey on her third consecutive winning entry. Your work is outstanding!
Franklin County STOP-DWI was at Tupper Lake High School yesterday delivering and setting up the I.D.S. (Impaired Driving Simulator). Over the next few weeks we will be using it along with the Tupper Lake S.A.D.D. group and the driver's education instructor. Speak with S.A.D.D. Advisor Wendy Cross to learn more.
Franklin County STOP-DWI, in conjunction with the Malone Village Police and the Franklin County Traffic Safety Board, held an Underage Buyer Detail in the Village of Malone last Friday evening. In this detail we have an underage buyer attempt to purchase alcohol from local stores that sell alcohol products. We are very happy to announce that for the fourth consecutive detail no stores in the Village of Malone sold alcohol to our underage buyer. Great work to all the clerks who continue to help keep alcohol out of the hands of our underage youths.