The service has provided more than 350 rides home. It involves two police officers and a 15-passenger van.
“The main reason for this operation is to ensure that residents can celebrate the holiday, but not endanger the lives of others by driving impaired,” said Capt. Mark Hand, field operations division commander. “The officers enjoy interacting with all of the residents and meeting new people. It is a way for us to get out in the community while making the streets of Woodstock safer.”