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Speed Watch

Alert message sent 17/10/2020 19:53:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police

Good evening Residents of Penn,

At 17:15HRS officers from the PENN/MERRY HILL neighbourhood team conducted a speed watch on the PENN ROAD today. While conducting this speed enforcement we scanned various cars who have been speeding over the limit of 40MPH, one offending driver reach the highest speed of 89MPH. All offending drivers breaking the speed limit will be dealt with the appropriate consequence regarding their speed today on the Penn Road. Overall was a very successful speed enforcement today by the team! which will we continue to do on other roads in the area that we have received complaints of speeding!

for crime prevention advice please visit www.securedbydesign.com www.west-midlands.police.uk





Crime Prevention Advice. Fitting Anti Snap locks to UPVC doors to help prevent Burglary and for your vehicles fit a Disk Lock and keep your vehicle keys in a Faraday pouch/box. Both of these help prevent theft of motor vehicle.

Hope you found this information useful!

Kind Regards,


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Connor Jones (Police,Police Community Support Officer,Wolverhampton TETTENHALL PENN & MERRY HILL)
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