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THE MISSION OF THE EL DORADO POLICE DEPARTMENT IS TO
ENSURE THE SAFETY & WELFARE OF RESIDENTS AND VISITORS
...PROVIDING PROTECTION & CRIME PREVENTION.
|In an effort to monitor traffic
speeds, and for neighborhood safety - El Dorado
Police will have the Safe Pace traffic radar
trailer in various areas of the city, along with
We will post the locations and the results on this page.
If you would like to have the radar trailer in your neighborhood, please contact us today!
|MARCH 17, 2017|
|1700 BLOCK OF NORTH JEFFERSON - 25 MPH LIMIT|
|07:30am - 03:45pm|
|Toatal Vehicle Count - Northbound - 620|
|Number of Speed Limit Violations - 420|
|Maximum Speed - 45mph (2:30 - 2:45pm)|
|FEBRUARY 9, 2017|
|MOORE AT ELIZABETH STREET - 25mph Speed Limit|
|07:00AM - 11:45AM|
|Toatal Vehicle Count - Southbound - 112|
|Number of Speed Limit Violations - 23|
|Maximum Speed - 30mph (12:00 - 12:15pm)|
|JANUARY 31, 2017|
|CALION ROAD AT NINTH STREET - 35mph Speed Limit|
|07:15AM - 01:00PM|
|Toatal Vehicle Count - Southbound - 491|
|Number of Speed Limit Violations - 288|
|Maximum Speed - 49mph (1:00 - 1:15 pm)|
|JANUARY 4, 2017|
|NORTH MADISON AT 7TH - 30mph Speed Limit|
|07:00AM - 11:45AM|
|Toatal Vehicle Count - Northbound - 486|
|Number of Speed Limit Violations - 249|
|Maximum Speed - 49mph (10:45 - 11:00am)|
THE EL DORADO POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS A CONVENIENT DROP OFF BOX FOR FLAGS
IN SUCH CONDITION THAT IT IS NO LONGER A FITTING EMBLEM OF DISPLAY, AND A DROP OFF
BOX INSIDE THE LOBBY FOR UNUSED AND OUTDATED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.
7.08.02 Curfew for Juveniles
within the city of El Dorado at night during the period ending at 5:00 am and beginning at:
B. 12:00 midnight on Friday and Saturday nights.
(Ord. No. 1513, Sec. 2.)
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A Prisoner's First View ... El Dorado Police "Sally Port."
"Sally ports" were a feature of castles and fortresses, a closely-guarded opening or door in the wall of a fortified building designed for the quick passage of troops. One of the primary uses of these doors was to mount quick attacks on whatever enemy army might be besieging the castle at the moment, and here's where we meet "sally." A "sally," from the Latin "salire" meaning "to jump," was originally a sudden rush out of a besieged position, a lightning attack designed to surprise the enemy. "Sally" in this original sense first appeared around 1560, and "sally port" is first found around 1649. "Sally" has since acquired the broader sense of "an excursion or escapade." And since castles and fortresses are in short supply these days, "sally port" has gradually come to mean any guarded doorway or opening.
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