Motorists driving dangerously were stopped and challenged during work by police in Folkestone.
Volunteer officers from the Special Constabulary worked with the town's Community Safety Unit and Local Policing Team to carry out the checks on Friday 9 June 2023.
The teams worked on Cheriton Road and The Leas in Folkestone, as well as Princes Parade and the A259 in Hythe.
In total, 14 traffic offence reports were issued to drivers for using phones at the wheel, not wearing a seatbelt, speeding and other offences.
One person was reported for a summons to court for driving while disqualified and one person was given a community resolution for possession of cannabis.
The team also gave words of advice to 12 other motorists after observing their driving or the condition of their vehicles.
Detective Inspector James Wyles, of Folkestone Community Safety Unit, said: 'Kent Police recently launched its Safer Summer initiative and part of that is encouraging and enforcing safety on the county's roads.
'Road safety is the responsibility of every road user and I urge all motorists to keep their cars in good condition and drive safely. Where people fail to do this, we will take action, as last week's activities show.'