WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - Police authorities throughout the area will be on patrol during and after Sunday's game.
The Wood-Ridge Police Department will be fully staffed, according WRPD Chief John Korin. They will be on patrol and watching out for DWI, he said.
Korin recommends people use ride sharing services, calling a friend or staying off the road if they're unable to drive after football parties.
The Moonachie Police Department will have its "patrol cars on the road as usual. Traffic officers will be a little more active looking for possible DWIs" said Sergeant Jeff Napolitano. Moonachie Police patrols Moonachie and provides police services for Teterboro.
The New Jersey State Police will have increased patrols statewide to target dangerous driving behaviors, according to a press release from the New Jersey State Police.
In addition to normal patrols, the New Jersey State Police will have more than 40 additional troopers deployed state-wide from Saturday, February 1 to Monday, February 3. Troopers will focus on DWI, aggressive driving, seatbelt usage, cell phone violations, and motorists exhibiting signs of distracted driving.
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