Police Relaunch County-Wide Speedwatch
A scheme where residents in villages volunteer to catch speeding drivers is re-launched by Northamptonshire Police.
Speedwatch came to an end two years ago when the county's casualty reduction partnership was dissolved.
Following a successful pilot back in September, 18 villages across the county have formed their own army of volunteers to monitor speeding motorists and now 47 villages have signed up to take part in the scheme.
Reporter Simon Watts hears about the problem in Brafield On The Green, while Stuart talks to Elaine O'Leary, the rural officer at Northamptonshire Acre who've been working on the scheme with the police, and to Superintendent Andy Cox from Northamptonshire Police. Reporter Tom Percival meets volunteer co-ordinators in Brixworth.
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