Police will be out in full force in Delaware and Maryland on March 16-17, St. Patrick’s Day weekend, as part of the Border to Border multi-jurisdictional deployment.

Delaware State Police along with the Delmar, Laurel, Seaford, Bridgeville and Greenwood police departments will partner with Maryland and Virginia law enforcement agencies to patrol U.S. 13 from Virginia to north of the Delaware line. This year’s Border to Border, which has been run by Maryland law enforcement since 2012, will be conducted from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. March 16. Delaware’s DUI checkpoint enforcement period will be from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. March 17 in New Castle County on Route 7 in Wilmington and on Route 40 in Bear; Kent County on Route 13 near Camden; and Sussex County on state Route 1 northbound and southbound in Rehoboth Beach and on Concord Road in Seaford.

There will be at least one Drug Recognition Expert at each checkpoint.

For more, visit ohs.delaware.gov and arrivealivede.com/drive-sober.