A drink drive road policing operation will be broadcast by West Midlands Police later today (1 December).
It will be broadcast on the Roads Policing section of force's Letters of the Law website.
The force started its annual campaign yesterday (30 November).
Chief Inspector Kerry Blakeman will also take to Twitter between 18.00 and 19.00, taking questions about the police operation.
"We will be carrying out spot checks 24/7 over the month long campaign and drivers can expect to be stopped at any time.
"We hope that by broadcasting part of a road policing operation live we will get people thinking about the consequences of drink driving and also on a practical level we want to give an insight into what people can expect if they are stopped as part of a drink drive operation."
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