State Trooper Spokeswoman Megan Peters: “If you have a plan to go out and party, have a plan to get home safe and make it so that anyone that’s driving with you or around you or anything else, it’s a sober time on the roadways.” Local law enforcement agencies will also be increasing their patrols. Lieutenant Ben Langham, with Kenai Police Department says officers haven’t noticed anything sinister so far, but reminds drivers to be safe over the holiday: “We will have KPD officers out on patrol. Drivers, if you’ve had too much to drink stay off the road and help keep our communities safe.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska State Troopers will be conducting focused enforcement patrols on Wednesday, October 31, to ensure the safety of Alaskans celebrating Halloween. KPD plans to focus on areas with foot traffic as well. Lt. Langham: “We’ll be targeting areas that receive a high volume of trick or treaters. We’d like to remind our trick or treaters to wear something bright and watch out for cars.” Local law enforcement encourage everyone to Report Every Dangerous Driver (REDDI) Immediately by calling 9-1-1.