Every year in December, Lincoln Police crack down on drunk driving by beefing up enforcement in an attempt to reduce alcohol-related holiday accidents. So far this year, the numbers are not encouraging. Police Chief Jim Peshong tells KFOR News that there were 38 DUI arrests from midnight Saturday through Sunday. In comparison, there were 9 arrests over the same period, December 1st and 2nd, in each of the previous three years, 2009-2011. Peshong indicates that some of the increase may be partly due to the football weekend. He says the goal of the crackdown is to educate the public about the dangers of alcohol-impaired driving and reach a goal of no DUI crashes during the increased enforcement period.