Policing and Community Safety Partnership

MEA Speed Indicator Device Programme

Speed Identification Device with Police car in background

Speed Indicator Devices are used, on a temporary basis at various locations across Mid and East Antrim, as a pro-active initiative to encourage road safety amongst citizens and visitors across the Borough.

A key challenge facing the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and the Mid and East Antrim Policing and Community Safety Partnership (MEA PCSP) is community confidence in policing, including Road Safety issues.

Council, MEA PCSP and the PSNI have listened to the concerns of the community, voluntary and statutory agencies, and are working in partnership to address Road Safety concerns.

How can Speed Indicator Devices help?

Speed Indicator Devices promote a pro-activate approach to Road Safety and target hotspots where speeding is a concern.

They promote driver education, encourage motorists to slow down, and keep within the designated speed limit.

MEA PCSP, in conjunction with Council and PSNI have developed a system of referral and deployment to ensure that areas of speeding and concern are highlighted through the Speed Indicator Device Deployment Programme. 

To notify MEA PCSP of speeding, or an area of road safety concern, please complete and return a Speed Indicator Device Request Form and return it to: sids@midandeastantrim.gov.uk