League tables for data received during the past 28 days
Minutes at the Roadside
Elvington - Eythorn
Hours standing at the roadside recording offending drivers is the most commendable achievement of all the work being done by CSW groups.
Without operators being visible to passing drivers, the connection between receiving a warning letter and the community visibly showing their concern, many offenders would not make the connection and slow down next time they drive through the speedwatch organised area.
Broad Oak, Brede
Measuring a group's average accuracy rate is important to maximise the effect of the invested time and efforts put in by volunteers.
Training is an ongoing process helping operators improve their skills. However, it is equally important to ascertain that the pairing of team members' skills is optimal in order to correctly obtain the necessary data from passing vehicles exceeding the speed limit.