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Alert message sent 30/10/2019 09:15:00

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Are you “fed up” with speeding motorists?
Do you complain “incessantly” about bad driving?
Then it's time to stop whingeing and do something about it!

Join Community Speedwatch, Today!

Community Speedwatch (CSW) is a national initiative where active members of local communities join, with the support of local Police, to monitor speeds of vehicles using speed detection devices.
Vehicles exceeding the speed limit are referred to the Police with the aim of educating drivers to reduce their speeds. In cases where education is blatantly ignored and evidence of repeat or excessive offences is collated (even across county borders), enforcement and prosecution follow.

Worthing has a very active Speedwatch Team and will be pleased to welcome you to its ranks. The Registration process is via straight forward on-line application, followed by an explanation video and short quiz. The only physical attributes required are excellent eyesight (with or without glasses) and a robust constitution.
Once registered you will be contacted by the local Team Administrator to proceed to roadside training.
Speedwatch activity is not about interfering with neighbours' behaviour.
It is a proactive solution to improve the safety and quality of life for everyone in the community.

Volunteers receive appropriate training and are supported by neighbourhood policing team staff. The scheme aims to cater for the problem of real or perceived speed related offending and is designed to:
  • Reduce death and injury on the roads
  • Improve the quality of life for local communities
  • Reduce the speed of vehicles to the speed limit
  • Increase public awareness of inappropriate speed

    For further information and to register, please go to :
Message sent by
Terry Rickards (NHWN, Administrator, Adur / Worthing)

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