Fancy joining a Sevenoaks speed watch? Call for volunteers
By kentsussex | Tuesday, January 08, 2013, 11:23
Due to popular demand residents in Sevenoaks are being offered another chance to take part in speed watch training.
As part of the Speed Watch Initiative volunteers can be fully trained in road safety and speed watch procedures for free.
This free training is co-ordinated by Sevenoaks District Council and delivered by Kent Police in conjunction with the Sevenoaks Community Safety Partnership working together to actively decrease the number of speeding incidents in the District.
The next training session will be held on Monday 21 January at 4.30pm at the Council Offices in Sevenoaks. The new training date has been arranged due to the previous session being such a success.
The training is free but places are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis so be sure to register soon and help make your community safer.
Cllr Elaine Bracken, Sevenoaks District Council's Cabinet Member for safer communities said "It is fantastic to see so many residents wanting to be involved in this project.
"The demand for more training sessions shows that there are members of the community who really care about the safety of their local area, which is motivating and inspiring".
For more details or to book your place please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01732 227000 and ask for someone for the Community Safety Partnership.