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If you are aware of a road in York or North Yorkshire which you feel is hazardous (for example, you’ve had a near miss and you feel that the conditions of the road were a factor), you can report it via the Roadwise website.
We welcome your concerns about speeding in your local area through the speed management protocol.
Please first consult the ’95 Alive’ Partnership Speed Management Protocol for York and North Yorkshire, which will provide you with all the information you need before you make a complaint about speeding in your community, or whether your complaint is better addressed somewhere else.
The main purpose of Community Speed Watch is to draw drivers' attention to speed limits in areas where communities say it is affecting their quality of life, and to educate them about the effects that anti-social road use can have on local people.
The scheme was piloted between March and September 2015 and due to positive results and positive public response, the scheme now forms one part of North Yorkshire Police’s roads policing response.The speed concern will be acknowledged by North Yorkshire Police Traffic Bureau and will follow the process of the Speed Management Protocol.If the site is assessed as suitable for Community Speed Watch, the informant will be contacted by North Yorkshire Police Traffic Bureau and further information will be provided on the scheme Fully trained community residents will then visit pre-approved sites with a radar to record the speed and registration number of offending vehicles.They will use the approved equipment to capture The presence of the team and the equipment acts as a deterrent and will encourage road users to take more care in this area.