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In the ongoing effort to make the roads in our village safer we will be running the Community Speed Watch programme again. 
With the increased number of speed indicator devices (SIDs) in the village we, along with the police are compiling data to identify where the speeding problems in the village are. The police are keen to keep speed levels down in all villages throughout the area so are becoming more active with regards to this problem. 
Community Speed Watch is run by volunteers who work in teams of three and are trained to use handheld speed indicator devices and to provide the results back to Thames Valley Police. 
If you care about speeding problems in Lavendon, and have a few hours spare simply email to volunteer. The more people we have, the more effective the campaign will be. 
Thank you. 
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On 5th December 2022 at 15:42, Adrian Stewart wrote:
I would be very happy to be involved
On 11th May 2022 at 10:00, Peter Youlton wrote:
As mentioned last night I am interested in volunteering to help with Speedwatch
On 14th July 2021 at 16:19, Steve Axtell wrote:
Thanks Andy. Permanent cameras are an ongoing discussion too.
On 13th July 2021 at 21:44, Andy jackson wrote:
Hi I am happy to get involved. I think we will only get to grips with the speeding problem if we get permanent cameras or similar installed. Regards, Andy
On 13th July 2021 at 15:09, Steve Axtell wrote:
Hi Pietro
The locations are reviewed and selected by Thames Valley Police but if you would like to put a suggestion forward please email
On 13th July 2021 at 14:37, Pietro Tolaini wrote:
Love to check my road!
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