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Got a speeding ticket?

If you have received what people commonly call a 'speeding ticket', you will have had a 'Notice of Intended Prosecution' letter from Warwickshire Police. The pages below will provide you with advice on how to complete the form within your letter, as well as some frequently asked questions.

  • Completing your form

    You only need to complete and return one form to us. The form you return depends on whether you were the driver or not at the time of the alleged speeding offence, and which option you decide to choose. Click here for further guidance.

  • Speeding ticket FAQs

    IMPORTANT: The Notice is a legal document that has been served on the person or company it is addressed to. Only a reply by them will be accepted and must be sent to the Camera Enforcement Unit (CEU) within 28 days of the Notice Issue Date or the addressee may be liable for prosecution for Failure to Supply Driver's Details.

  • Be aware of speeding ticket scams

    From time to time, we are made aware of various scams nationally in which members of the public receive bogus Notices of Intended Prosecution by email.