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True or False: Community Speed Watch is a community based, educational road safety scheme?
Yes, that's true!
What is the first step to setting up a scheme? (pick one from the below)
Contact Town and Parish Council/Area Board
In what speed limits can a scheme be set up in? (Select all that apply)
Community Speedwatch Schemes can be set up in 20mph, 30mph and 40mph zones
Can a Community Speed Watch scheme be set up on a Dual Carriageway?
No, a Community Speedwatch Scheme cannot be set up on a Dual Carriageway
What is the minimum distance required for a clear view of approaching vehicles?
The minimum distance required for a clear view of approaching vehicles is 60 metres
What do volunteers need to do before they assist at the roadside? (select all that apply)
Volunteers need to do all five before they can assist at the roadside!
Tick the correct statements
Activity must not obstruct public footpaths or cycle lanes.
Junctions and drivers visibility must not be hindered
What is the minimum number of volunteers required to operate a scheme?
The minimum number of vounteers required to operate a scheme is two
Select which safety garment MUST be worn when operating as a Community Speed Watch volunteer?
Community Speed Watch volunteers must wear a short-sleeved yellow jacket
Can signs be used to assist with warning drivers they are in a Community Speed Watch area?
Your Community Speed Watch Co-ordinator will organise this
Community Speed Watch must not operate in:
The answer is all four. Community Speed Watch must not operate in the dark, heavy rain, snow or icy conditions.
What order do the below process need to be undertaken?
The order is:
Fill in the blank with the correct answer.
"The BLANK can assist at problem locations"
The Community Policing Team can assist at problem locations
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