NSW Police Disappointed with Speeding Drivers
NSW Police have been disappointed by behaviour on the roads during Operation Slow Down during the long weekend.
Locally, Officer in Charge for the Western Sectors of the Murray River Police District, Inspector Paul Huggett, says he is bewildered by the number of speeding notices issued across the district.
"The Long Weekend was fantastic for us, we did really well.
Of course the Ute Muster was on and we had a heap of traffic through the district.
However we had no significant collisions or anything like that.
An absolute concern across the district obviously we had Operation Slowdown as well.
The Police performed some 2700 RBT's, however we had 125 speeding infringement notices issued which, that's just disgusting.
We all know the message that speed kills and that's a fact.
To have 125 infringement notices issued across the district for speeding is just really disheartening."