Parents in Whitehaven have taken law enforcement into their own hands outside Whitehaven Primary School.
The group have been loaned a speed gun by Cumbria Police to record the registrations of anyone breaking the speed limit.
Our reporter Joshua Shrimpton Dean was outside the school this morning.
Parents in Whitehaven are so fed up of motorists speeding outside a primary school that they've taken law enforcement into their own hands.
The group have been loaned a speed gun by Cumbria Police to record the registrations of anyone breaking the speed limit as they pass Hensingham Primary School. The information is then passed on to police, who will write to the driver telling them to slow down.
The Highways Agency and emergency services in Cumbria are urging drivers to stick to temporary speed limits on motorways.
They've released footage of a lorry on the M6 crashing through cones and narrowly missing a breakdown vehicle. Eight people died while working on England's motorways and major A-roads between 2009 and 2013.
It's hoped the campaign will encourage drivers to slow down and respect roadworkers:
Andy Dell is a park ranger for Windermere and he hopes the new radar technology will help make the lake safer for visitors:
A new scheme is being trialled by police dealing with speeding motorists.
Instead of giving drivers a ticket, Cumbria Police are giving some people the option to talk to locals in communities blighted by people driving too fast.
John Bevir reports:
Police in the Scottish Borders detected a 24 year old localmale driving in excess of 110 mph on the A6091 Melrose by-pass (60mphrestriction) in the early hours of Saturday 26th May morning.
The driver has been reported to the Procurator Fiscal and will appear at court on a future date. A Police spokesperson said: