Community SpeedWatch Volunteer Application Knowledge Check
If you want to set up or join a Community SpeedWatch group, you have to complete the following training:
- An online Community SpeedWatch knowledge check (listed below)
- Roadside training – this will be arranged directly with a Community SpeedWatch Co-ordinator once your application has been approved
To complete the knowledge test you need to watch the video below and answer all questions correctly.
You will then be asked for your contact details so we can speak to you about next steps and roadside training.
What is the first step to setting up a Community SpeedWatch scheme?
In what speed limits can a Community SpeedWatch scheme be set up and operate? (Select all that apply)
Can a Community SpeedWatch scheme be set up or operate on a Dual Carriageway?
There is a minimum distance required for a clear view of approaching vehicles, what is it?
What do volunteers need to do before they can operate or assist at the roadside? (Select all that apply)
When considering a new location and/or conducting a Community SpeedWatch session, volunteers must:
What is the minimum number of volunteers required to operate a scheme?
All necessary equipment will be provided by the police but which safety garment MUST be worn when operating as a Community SpeedWatch volunteer:
Community SpeedWatch must not operate in: (Select all that apply)
Put the following in chronological order:
Details of Speeding vehicles are recorded
A letter is sent to the owner of the recorded vehicle
Recorded details are forwarded to the Police
Who else is there to support Community SpeedWatch schemes once they are set up and operating? (Select all that apply)
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