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Police conduct operation to target Motoring Offences.

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Following a series of complaints from residents in Kilrea, Police have conducted a joint operation with DVA to target motoring offences.

This operation ranged from speed detection, monitoring driving standards, to checks on vehicles condition.

This resulted in two fixed penalty notices being issued by DVA, one endorsable fixed penalty notice being issued by Police Officers, and a range of defect notices being issued to drivers.

Following a series of complaints from residents in Kilrea, we have conducted a joint operation with DVA to target…

Posted by PSNI North Coast on Monday, 17 August 2015

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