Volunteers from local communities work alongside Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNTs) to monitor speeding traffic in their areas.
They are offered training on how to use speed detection equipment and then given the opportunity to carry out checks with the officers.
The owners of the speeding vehicles will receive letters from Community Speed Watch, advising them of their speed and requesting that they respect local limits. Drivers are also warned that if they are caught breaking the speed limit again, they may face a fine and points on their licence.
If you would like to find out more about the scheme, or would be interested in becoming a Community Speed Watch volunteer, then call 0345 123 33 33 and ask to speak to your local Safer Neighbourhood Team. Alternatively click here to view the Twitter addresses of all the Derbyshire Police Safer Neighbourhood Teams.