Non emergency dispatch:

For emergencies, call 9-1-1

Traffic

The Traffic Safety Unit is dedicated to eliminating traffic fatalities, reducing traffic-related injuries and property damage, and making the roadways of the City a safer place. The unit focuses on enforcement activities, partnering with State and Federal agencies as well as our community to enhance education and awareness of traffic safety, and providing an effective response to citizen complaints about traffic safety around schools and neighborhoods.

Traffic Team

Traffic Officer

Corporal
Brandon Poole

Traffic Officer

Jonathan Durrett

Report a Traffic concern

If you would like to report a traffic concern in your area. Please fill out the form below.

Cayce traffic officer on a traffic stop

Within the City limits, there are several school speed zones. Please remember to slow down, as these school zones exist to protect the lives of children and staff.

School Speed Zone in the City

Boston Avenue

Frink Street

Charleston Hwy

State Street 

Bulldog Blvd

Don’t drink and drive. You’ve heard this message from law enforcement hundreds of times, but has it really hit home? Nearly half of all fatal crashes in South Carolina involve an impaired driver. Too many people are still taking risks that lead to their own death or the loss of an innocent life nearly every day right here in 1our state. Sober or Slammer? It’s not just a campaign slogan. It’s life or death. Before you make that choice, think about this: Who would you leave behind if you were killed in a drunk driving collision? Whose life would you selfishly take if you lived through the crash? If you survive, you’ll have plenty of time to think about your choice behind bars. Impaired drivers are on the radar of South Carolina law enforcement. Nearly 22,000 DUI arrests were made in South Carolina last year. So, which choice will you make when you drive … Sober or Slammer?

-Sober or Slammer Campaign – SCDPS

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