Two drivers failing to stop for police resulting in pursuits have put the Narromine community at risk, police say.
The road safety operation 'Go Slow' resulted in a higher presence of police on regional roads, who have targeted unsafe driving and alcohol-fuelled crime during the Anzac long weekend.
Orana Mid-Western Police report no one tested positive for either alcohol or drug related driving, and there were no fatalities or serious injuries in the Narromine sector between Thursday, April 25 and Sunday, April 28.
Two drivers in Narromine however failed to stop for police when signaled to, resulting in pursuits. Both vehicles have since been located and investigations are underway.
While Narromine Police Sergeant Michael Smith praised the majority of motorists for doing the right thing, he was disappointed in the two pursuits, which put members of the public in danger.
"It is a great result to say that there have been no injuries on our local roads during this operation," he said.
"I am angered by those few motorists who haven't done the right thing, and have placed themselves and others in danger of either being seriously injured or killed. I can't put it any simpler, If the police signal to you to stop, you stop."
He said those failing to stop, and the resulting pursuits have the potential to place the occupants of the car, police and innocent members of the public in danger.
"If you are doing the wrong thing, stopping and being issued a ticket or court attendance notice is a far better option then being the subject of a coroner's report,' Sgt Smith said.
Police have also praised the crowds at Anzac Day celebrations in both Narromine and Trangie after reports of no arrests or incidents detected on April 25.
"I'm very pleased to see that we had large crowds turn out to events at Narromine and Trangie, and that everyone behaved in a respectful and responsible way, and that we weren't required to take action against anyone," Sgt Smith said.