RESIDENTS in Broadstone who have concerns about speeding in the area are being encouraged to sign up to Community Speed Watch.
Volunteers use hand-held devices to record and monitor details of motorists seen speeding and can also make a note of drivers suspected of using a mobile phone or not wearing a seatbelt.
The police then send warning letters to these motorists and if drivers are persistently caught, they will be targeted by the Force’s No Excuse team.
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Dorset Police is inviting local communities who have concerns about speeding in their area to sign up to Community Speed Watch.
The initiative gives local communities the opportunity to get actively involved in road safety, with teams operating in villages, towns and urban areas across Dorset to discourage motorists from speeding.
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Please come along to this special event and meet your Broadstone Community Speed Watch team, meet representatives from Dorset Police, view police specialist vehicles, meet your Neighbourhood Police Team and have your bicycle security marked for free, enter the Prize Draw.
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