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PCC takes action on community speeding concerns

Alert message sent 29/01/2020 13:14:00

Information sent on behalf of Derbyshire Police & Crime Commissioner

Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa will join community volunteers undertaking a speed monitoring exercise in Littleover as he announces new funding empowering residents to take control of road safety in their area.

The Commissioner will join Community Speed Watch (CSW) volunteers in Littleover, Derby, on Friday 31st January as they undertake speed monitoring work to help improve road safety.
During the visit, the PCC will join Neil Carter, Community Speed Watch Co-ordinator from Derbyshire Constabulary's Casualty Reduction Enforcement Support Team, and active CSW volunteers.

He will also unveil new resources and funding to expand the service, in response to speeding worries which was the most frequently raised issue during his #D383 tour of 383 villages, towns and neighbourhoods across Derbyshire.

CSW has been operating in Derbyshire for the past 13 years and is primarily aimed at reducing speeds in areas of concern by making drivers aware that excessive speed within posted limits is socially unacceptable.
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