Police speeding crackdown

Hertfordshire Police are stepping up patrols on the county's roads in a crackdown on speeding.

Police target speeding motorists

by Olivia Paterson

The colder months often bring difficult driving conditions. So before winter sets in, Hertfordshire Police are stepping up patrols on the county's roads.

It's a visible presence - using marked cars, and speed guns to slow people down. The force hopes seeing more police around will mean drivers think twice about breaking the limit.

Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Olivia Paterson

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Herts Police tackling speeders

Hertfordshire Police are stepping up patrols on the county's roads.
Hertfordshire Police are stepping up patrols on the county's roads. Credit: ITV Anglia

All this month Hertfordshire Police are stepping up patrols on the county's roads in a crackdown on speeding.

They will be using marked cars, and speed guns to slow people down.

The force hopes seeing more police around will mean drivers think twice about breaking the limit.

This week alone they've caught more than 100 people speeding.