Could DashCam help keep our roads safer?
Cheshire police are committed to working in partnership with our community to keep our roads safer. If you capture footage of poor or dangerous driving you can upload it on their website.
The footage will be assessed by the Roads and Crime Unit who will then progress the matter, keeping you regularly updated.
Police have seen some really positive results from this service and look forward to working with you all in the future to help reduce accidents and improve road safety.
Henbury Online recently had a successful appeal for information regarding a truck which had caused damage to property. A resident had captured evidence on their dashcam which was submitted to Police.
Speak with your local PCSO for more information, or contact Cheshire Police on 101
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