PC Lisa Howells

PCSO Martin Dickenson

Local Policing Priorities

Local area: Ferryside

Date agreed: 16 December 2013


01 May 2015

During the summer months we will continue with our speeding priorities in Ferryside

26 March 2015

The Neighbourhood Policing Team along with our Roads Policing Unit will continue to conduct random speed checks in the area during the summer months.

If anyone has any concerns about this or any other similar issues in this area please get in touch by calling the team on 101 or emailing us on NPT@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk.

05 December 2014

25/08/10 - The team has carried out speed checks in the area.

05 December 2014

10/09/2012 - Ferryside has been monitored by the Neighbourhood Policing Team but as yet no prosecutions, they will be continued to be monitored.

05 December 2014

14/02/2013 - 20mph speed signs have now been erected in the village of Ferryside due to complaints of speeding through the village. This area will be continued to be monitored by the Neighbourhood Policing Team.

05 December 2014

28/03/2013 - The new flashing speed limit warning signs have been installed along Eva Terrace and appear to have improved awareness of the 20mph restriction along that stretch of road past the school. Discreet monitoring by officers has shown a marked decrease in the speed of vehicles especially at school leaving times and hopefully this will continue when traffic increases over the coming months.

05 December 2014

14/06/2013 - There has been an improvement with regards to speeding along Eva Terrace. Officers will continue to monitor the situation in order to deter and prevent motorists from speeding.

05 December 2014

08/08/2013 - The Neighbourhood policing team have been conducting speed checks in Eva Terrace in order to deter speeding and these will continue throughout the summer period.

05 December 2014

15/09/2013 - Speeding remains our main priority in Ferryside. We are conductingrandom speed checks along with the Roads Policing unit in Ferryside and will bemonitoring throughout the next few months. We will also be reportingour findings to the local community councils.

05 December 2014

14/11/2013 - During the winter months we will continue to conduct speed checks in the area, especially around schools and when children are returning on school buses.

05 December 2014

01/11/2014 - Speeding remains our top priority in Ferryside. We will be attending the area at random times to conduct speed checks, especially the evenings. We will continue with this as it remains a concern of the residents in the area.

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