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Kent County Council

1st Floor, Invicta House, County Hall, Maidstone, Kent ME14 1XX

www.kent.gov.uk

Kent County Council is responsible for the implementation of all safety camera housings and related signage within the Kent County Council area (this does not include Medway, the trunk road network or motorways). It is also responsible for selecting and installing all new fixed, mobile and red light safety camera sites within its area.


Medway Council

Compass Centre, Chatham Maritime, Chatham, Kent ME4 4YH

www.medway.gov.uk

Medway Council is responsible for the implementation of all safety camera housings and related signage within the Medway area (this does not include the trunk road network or motorway). It is also responsible for selecting and installing all new fixed, mobile and red light safety camera sites within its area.


Highways Agency

Federated House, London Road, Dorking, Surrey RH4 1SZ

www.highways.gov.uk

 

The Highways Agency is responsible for the implementation of all safety camera housings and related signage on the trunk road network and motorways. It is also responsible for selecting and installing all new fixed and mobile safety camera sites within its area.


Kent Police

London Road, Aylesford, Kent ME20 7SL

www.kent.police.uk

Kent Police is responsible for the operation of all fixed, mobile and red light safety cameras at sites chosen by the highway authorities (Kent County Council, Medway Council and the Highways Agency).

 

The Driver Diversion Team is responsible for processing and carrying out secondary checks on camera films and DVDs.

Kent Police have a designated Enquiry Team whose role it is to investigate any non-responses to Fixed Penalty Notices (FPN), non payments of FPN and trace drivers who attempt to evade prosecution.  The team also deal with people who nominate incorrect or fictitious drivers, often resulting in sentencing at Crown Court.



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INSTALLATION OF AVERAGE SPEED CAMERAS ON A28 NEAR ... 09Jun

INSTALLATION OF AVERAGE SPEED CAMERAS ON A28 NEAR BROOKSEND

Average speed cameras are being installed on the A28 between the St. Nicholas at Wade roundabout and Brooksend.

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