The South Carolina Department of Public Safety is expecting a busy weekend that combines Labor Day traffic with Carolina and Clemson football traffic.
The internal affairs chief for the South Carolina Department of Public Safety has been fired after arguing with a state trooper during a traffic stop.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety dedicated a memorial to fallen Highway Patrol troopers on Friday.
...of felony DUI with great bodily injury, according to an e-mail from Lance Cpl. Judd Jones of the South Carolina Department of Public Safety.Chris and Stacia Mock were driving east on Reynolds Pond Road about 10:50 p.m. Saturday when...
Officers started arresting Occupy Columbia protesters Wednesday after Gov. Nikki Haley ordered them to leave the South Carolina Statehouse grounds, saying the people who had been sleeping on the complex for more than a month had cost the state more than $17,000 in property damage and overtime for police officers.
...licenses suspended for six months instead of three. - Required counseling. Convicted drunken drivers, including first-time offenders, must complete an alcohol- and drug-treatment program. Source: South Carolina Department of Public Safety
Georgia highways claimed at least 15 lives during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, according to the Georgia State Patrol. As of 6 p.m. Sunday night, 3,171 accidents had been reported, with 870 injuries. The number of accidents exceeded preliminary predictions, but the number of injuries and fatalities was lower than expected. The patrol had anticipated 2,986 accidents, 977 injuries and 24 fatalities over the period from Wednesday to Sunday.
Sgt. Jake Mahoney is supervisor of Aiken Public Safety's Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic.
Wondering whether to travel this Thanksgiving holiday? You might want to hear a bit of testimony from Frank McKeny.
...experience sexual abuse, most often before age 12. According to a report released last year by the South Carolina Department of Public Safety, Aiken County had the highest molestation rate per capita in South Carolina in 2005 -- 53.3 reports...