Community Speed Watch receives six laser speed devices to boost speed monitoring activities
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Community Speed Watch activities in Warwickshire have received a boost thanks to the purchase of six additional LTI 100 20-20 Ultralite laser speed devices from £10k of funding from Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Philip Seccombe’s Road Safety Fund.
Chief Inspector Faz Chishty said ”This year we have welcomed over 100 new Community Speed Watch volunteers, trained 93 and formed ten new Community Speed Watch groups at locations across the county including Wootton Wawen, Baginton, Wellesbourne, Newbold (Rugby), Henley-in-Arden, Tanworth-in-Arden, Earlswood, Radford Semele, Pillerton Priors and Hampton Lucy bringing the total to 56.
“This is great news and the purchase of the six new laser speed devices means they can be loaned to our new CSW groups to enable them to get up and running straight away. “
L to R Chair of Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership and Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe, Chief Inspector Faz Chishty, Community Speedwatch Volunteers John Clarke, Alison Owen and Peter Glaze