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Villagers gunning for speeding drivers

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Motorists watch out - residents in a Kent village have their own speed gun and digital display screen to catch drivers breaking the speed limit. And they're not afraid to use them.

Mid Kent traffic co-ordinator PC Warren Jarvis and village PCSO Leanne Lawrence were on hand at Boughton, near Canterbury, as Kent Police's community speedwatch scheme was rolled out.

Parish councillor Thomas Collett-White said: "Interactive signs like these are very good at getting the message across to motorists in a simplistic way because it gives you an immediate answer."

See PC Jarvis and Cllr Collett-White talking about the speedwatch scheme in the video above.

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