The fleet of dark blue vehicles displaying "Bartow County Sheriff" and "H.E.A.T." will grow to six, said Sgt. Jonathan Rogers.
Bartow Commissioner Steve Taylor last week okayed the partnership, which included a $246,000 grant aimed at combating impaired and aggressive drivers, also called aggressive traffic, which is one of the leading causes of crashes that result in serious injuries and fatalities on Georgia roadways, according to the GOHS.
The program won't cost the county for at least two years, according to Sheriff Clark Millsap.
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