We’re watching your speed. Are you?
West Australian drivers have been warned that with more police and more cameras on WA roads, you will be caught if you speed.
West Australian drivers have been warned that with more police and more cameras on WA roads, you will be caught if you speed. We’re watching you
is the State Government’s new $550,000 speed enforcement community education campaign that has serving WA Police Officers on board keeping an eye on a driver’s speed from the back seat of the vehicle.
Acting Road Safety Commissioner Iain Cameron said We’re watching you
serves as a reminder to all drivers to slow down.
“One of the quickest ways to save lives on our roads is to slow down,” said Mr Cameron.
“Most people understand that and do the right thing, but there are still those who ignore our speed limits and put the lives of other road users at risk.
“This campaign highlights the need for speed enforcement and is designed to remind those people who ignore the dangers around speeding on our roads that if you do speed, you will be caught.”
We’re watching you
includes television and radios ads, billboards and digital advertising and will be seen and heard across the state for seven weeks from today.