Fife Police to tackle road safety issues

Fife Police have informed members of the Cowdenbeath, Cardenden and Benarty communities that they are to implement a new initiative aimed at tackling road safety in the area.

This comes after officers set up speed detection equipment in Cowdenbeath to monitor the safety of drivers, which resulted in the issue of two fixed-penalty tickets.

Commenting on new plans which will see the deployment of officers throughout the areas in a bid to address local concerns, Inspector Ken Stickings said the force is committed to addressing issues of concern raised by the public.

“In keeping with the Policing Plan we are committed to promoting safer neighbourhoods, tackling crime and being there for the community through listening and reacting,” he said.

This follows a recent warning made by police in Strathclyde, urging motorists to take all possible precautions to prevent their vehicles being targeted by opportunist thieves when left unattended, the Ayr Advertiser reported.

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