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Police mount day of school traffic checks to promote safer roads


By Alasdair Fraser

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Community police on traffic checks around Inverness schools
Community police on traffic checks around Inverness schools

Police have been carrying out speed and other traffic checks near Inverness schools today in a bid to reduce road dangers for young people.

Inverness community beat officers were out in force to form a visible presence near a number of primary and secondaries in the city.

The school safety initiative day involved speed monitoring of passing vehicles, while also tackling inconsiderate parking.

Community police on traffic checks around Inverness schools
Community police on traffic checks around Inverness schools

Officers also engaged with a number of parents, pupils, teachers and drivers with the support of local councillors.



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