Law enforcement from across the Valley gathered in Florence Friday morning to kick off the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign.
There will be extra officers out over the next few weeks, working together to make the roads a safer place leading up to the Labor Day holiday.
Officers will be setting up DUI checkpoints across the Valley to check for drunk drivers and other violations.
Last year, there were nearly 800 alcohol related crashes with 30 fatalities.
"Our goal is to get out there and save lives and prevent crashes," said State Trooper Curtis Summerville. "There are two ways to do that. We do that through education and through enforcement. This is part of the education and the enforcement route that we're going to take this particular year. We certainly want people to pay attention to what we're doing and what they're doing on the roads."
Officials are also asking people to report anyone suspicious of driving under the influence.
670 DUI arrests were made during the campaign last year.