Neighborhood Safety Civilian Uses Pocket Radar™ to Notify Law Enforcement of Speeding Vehicles

by Tyler Scaturro October 15, 2013

Michael Lacey, monitoring speeding motorists in the UK

Check out this recent story from BBC News featuring Michael Lacey, an ordinary citizen concerned about neighborhood safety in the UK, who has taken it upon himself to record the speeds of vehicles driving through Beeston in Bedfordshire.

After noticing an “alarming” number of speeding vehicles (most of them 30 MPH over the speed limit), he decided to purchase the Pocket Radar™, which measures vehicle speeds with the same accuracy as other professional radar guns.

Accurate to +/- 1 MPH (+/- 2 KPH), the Pocket Radar is the affordable choice for anyone interested in speed measurement.  This includes concerned citizens like Michael Lacey, who now have an opportunity to keep their neighborhood safe from speeding motorists by measuring their speed with such a convenient, affordable, accurate and easy to use device.

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We would love to hear how you are using the Pocket Radar to measure speed.  Please send us an email anytime at so we can share your story with the Pocket Radar community.

The Pocket Radar team is looking forward to attending the 120th annual International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference and Law Enforcement Education and Technology Exposition in Philadelphia, PA from October 19-23, 2013.

Tyler Scaturro
Tyler Scaturro

Brand Manager (2012 - current)

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