Legal FAQs


Can I have a copy of the photograph of the offence?

Cameras are designed to identify vehicles committing offences rather than their occupants.  The duty on the registered keeper is to provide the details of the driver of the vehicle at the time and this obligation remains whether or not the photograph shows the occupants.  Sometimes a photograph will show the occupants of the vehicle whose identity we may have to protect.  For this reason, we normally arrange for photographs to be viewed in person at our office by appointment, usually on a Thursday morning.  Requests to view photographs should be made by telephoning 01622 650200.

Other questions in this category:

I have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution for speeding. What happens now?

I think I've been wrongly accused of speeding - should I contest it in court?

I did not know the speed limit of the road. Can I appeal?

How can you prove that the camera is accurate and working properly?

Will I have to go to court?

How long will the penalty points stay on my driving licence?

I have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution and do not believe that I was speeding.

Can I appeal against the Notice of Intended Prosecution?

What happens if I ignore the Notice of Intended Prosecution?

Are my Human Rights infringed if I respond to this Notice of Intended Prosecution?

I sold my car recently, why have I been sent a Notice of Intended Prosecution?

I was caught speeding. Can I have a higher fine and no penalty points?

I was caught using a mobile phone whilst driving. Can I have a higher fine and no penalty points?

What should I do if I have lost my driving licence?

I have a clean driving licence. Is this taken into consideration?

My licence is from another country, what should I do?

Who sets the speed limits?

Who decides where safety cameras are needed to enforce speed limits?

What is the speed limit for a van?

I understand I can go on a course instead of a fine or having points on my licence. Is this correct?

If I go on a course, will I still receive the fine and penalty points?

I would like to attend a course but think I went on one 2 years ago. Can I go on a further course?

If I attend a Speed Awareness Course will I have to pay?



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Offence numbers and casualty figures for 2016 04Sep

Offence numbers and casualty figures for 2016

Crash casualty and offence data has been published by the Kent & Medway Safety Camera Partnership

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