Drivers advised by police during safe driving campaign

Police were out on South Ayrshire  roads as part of a national road safety campaign.
Police were out on South Ayrshire roads as part of a national road safety campaign.

South Ayrshire Police took part in last week’s national safe driving campaign to tackle and educate drivers about speeding, using mobile phones and not wearing a seat belt.

Police Sergeant Jamie Lyall, locality policing supervisor, said: “Road safety is a key policing priority and it is important that we continue to support this campaign. We have had officers out engaging with drivers. Speed checks were conducted at various locations and a number of drivers were spoken with.

“We will continue to pro-actively address community concerns and I would encourage communities to speak with us in person, via telephone or at community councils so we can work together to tackle local issues”.