Holsworthy local policing team priorities

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Promote Road Safety.

Priority reason: 10 Jan 2019

Working with other emergency services and agencies to assist in promoting safer road use.

Working with the Road Casualty Reduction officer to inform and educate road users of the dangers, increasing their awareness and  promoting road safety. 

Our response:

UPDATE 07/01/2021 Clawton School Meeting

Following contact from concerned residents and parents, the NPT met with The Head Teacher and County Councillor Mr Barry Parsons, in December to discuss options regarding road safety in the village. Community Speed Watch and traffic monitoring was discussed. Enforcement activity has been subsequently been carried out in the village.

UPDATE 05/02/2020 Community Speed Watch

A member of the NPT met with a member of Sheepwash Parish Council recently, to discuss the possibility of implementing Community Speed Watch in the village.

UPDATE 03/10/2019 Community Speed Watch

Speed Watch sessions have been carried out recently in Chilsworthy, Halwill and St. Giles On The Heath.

A new site has been added in St. Giles, enabling operators to monitor vehicles travelling in the direction of both Launceston and Holsworthy.

UPDATE 29/07/2019 School visits

During the summer term, members of the NPT have visited a number of local primary schools to talk to pupils about road safety. We have discussed the 'Stop, look, listen and think' principles and involved the children in some interactive speed monitoring and stopping distance exercises.

UPDATE 02/07/2019 Community Speed Watch

In St. Giles-in-the-Heath, we have recently signed up 4 new CSW volunteers. We look forward to seeing them monitoring the speed of traffic through the village soon!

CSW offers members of our communities a chance to be directly involved in making our roads safer.

 

If you'd like to learn more about the scheme, or becoming a CSW volunteer, please visit the website:

https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/advice/on-the-road/speed-watch/get-involved-with-speed-watch/

or email PCSO Mark James via holsworthy@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk

UPDATE 26/03/2019 Community Speed Watch

Interest in our Community Speed Watch (CSW) scheme continues to grow, with 2 new members signed up already this year. CSW offers members of our communities a chance to be directly involved in making our roads safer.

 

If you'd like to learn more about the scheme, or becoming a CSW volunteer, please visit the website:

https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/advice/on-the-road/speed-watch/get-involved-with-speed-watch/

or email PCSO Mark James via holsworthy@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk




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