Community Road Watch – Information for Residents’ Associations and local Organisations

Please see this report from The Community Roadwatch team

Transport for London is working in partnership with the Metropolitan Police Service and City of London Police to run Community Roadwatch – a road safety initiative which aims to reduce speeding in residential areas.

Community Roadwatch will give local residents the opportunity to work side by side with their local police teams, and use speed detection equipment to identify speeding vehicles in their communities.  Warning letters will be issued where appropriate, and the information captured may help to inform the future activity of local police teams.

Community Roadwatch is being rolled out across London in phases, with a commitment to reach all London boroughs by December 2015.

If you would like to take part in Community Roadwatch, or wish to suggest a residential area where there are community concerns around speeding, please contact your local MPS Safer Transport Team. To take part or suggest an area in the City of London, please contact City of London Police.

In addition, to help us recruit local residents to take part in Community Roadwatch, we would be really grateful if you could share the information above with colleagues, and through your networks, via any appropriate channels you may have.

Thank you for your support.  If you would like further information about the initiative, please contact

Yours sincerely

The Community Roadwatch team

We will be supporting this initiative so please contact us if you have any queries.

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