It's time to sort out the speeders
It s good to see the police telling us what a good job they re doing (Sharp Drop in Crime say police, Crow April 1). But while they may be doing well in some areas, they are not in others. Speeding through our villages isn t been addressed. They come out
It's good to see the police telling us what a good job they're doing (Sharp Drop in Crime say police, Crow April 1).
But while they may be doing well in some areas, they are not in others.
Speeding through our villages isn't been addressed. They come out and do speed checks, but these checks are carried out by the PCSOs, so officers are never there to prosecute the offenders.
It's a problem in a lot of villages in the area. I've spoken to people and know this for a fact. Is it going to take a fatality for them to act?
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