Addressing the problem of speeding effectively is a team effort. Communities work together across boundaries with local and
national authorities to reinforce the message that speeding is not acceptable. To maximize its
full potential, Community Speedwatch needs reforming and unifying. A national organisation will
ensure that everyone works to the same rules, standards and outcomes. CSW
Online is a gateway to enter this partnership and make consistent volunteering efforts worthwhile.
The Internet-based application is designed to alleviate a series of fundamental functionalities, which have proven detrimental to
the successful longevity of Community Speedwatch schemes if not maintained. Group management and offence record handling, for
instance, need to be made easy, efficient and reliable. The platform is therefore focussing on a range of functions.
establishing and maintaining watertight audit trails at all times
guaranteeing uniform procedures, rules and methodology
simplifying fast, relevant and rank differentiated access to - and dissemination of data, stats and information
providing data encryption of all information transmitted between - or stored in databases, either on par with online banking
continuously developing and supporting a flexible supervision system that can assist group coordinators with group management,
and Police and/or Road Safety organisations with traffic education and/or enforcement
Although the developed automation of Community Speedwatch activity from roadside to letterbox has maximised the elimination of
human errors caused by incorrect observation and misinterpreted information, It is NOT a service to replace community volunteer
involvement. CSW Online is a set of tools making pro-active volunteers' invested time and efforts efficient and worthwhile.