Drivers caught in police speeding crackdown
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Police issued warnings and reported drivers for offences after a speeding crackdown in parts of Norfolk.
South Norfolk police carried out speed enforcement checks in Costessey, Colton and Poringland on Saturday, September 28.
Police said it was as a direct result of community concerns that drivers were going too quickly.
As a result of the action in Sir Alfred Munnings Road in Queen's Hills, Costessey and at Norwich Road, Colton, six drivers were issued with warnings.
And in three cases, police issue a traffic offence report to drivers. Those reports will now be submitted to the police's central ticket office, which will make the decision of what action to take.
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That could include a driver education course, a fixed penalty notice or a summons to court.
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