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Community Speedwatch (CSW) is a national initiative where, in partnership with the police, members of communities use detection devices to monitor local vehicle speeds.
The volunteers report drivers exceeding the speed limit to the police with the aim of educating drivers to slow down.
If the data proves a driver is ignoring repeated warnings police can prosecute them. The aim is to:
Please see our video below for more information on how the scheme works in practice.
To become part of CSW, please go to CSW Online to register and for more information. CSW Online works on behalf of the police and communities to organise and coordinate CSW activity.
Volunteers receive training, and neighbourhood policing team staff will support them.
Follow @KentSpeedwatch on Twitter to keep up-to-date with the latest information or to get in touch with us.
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