20 persons were caught breaking the law in 23 roadblocks set up by the Police in Gozo between January and May. In the same period 262 roadblocks were set up in Malta, however the Police had no information about the number of people caught breaking the laws.
The Police told Newsbook.com.mt that in Malta, most roadblocks took place in April (90) while the least number or roadblocks were set up in May (26).
In Malta: 4 breathalyser tests weekly
Meanwhile, the Police in Malta conduct an average of four breathalyser tests every week. In all, between January and June, 105 tests were conducted. In the same period of time, breathalysers were used six times in Gozo. This means that this test was conducted 1.39 more times in Malta than in Gozo.
The administrator of the Facebook group JESS – Justice to Ensure Safer Streets, Toni Ann Muscat said that they gave two breathalysers. However, according to Muscat, these breathalysers, which cost €2,125, are not being used.