From Monday 25 May the force will be taking part in the NPCC’s speeding campaign.
Over the next two weeks RPU, CREST and SNT officers will be out across the county to help enforce speed limits as larger numbers of vehicles head back onto the roads.
Chief Inspector James Thompson, who leads the force’s roads policing unit, said: “We know there have been issues with higher speeds across the county’s roads over the past weeks.
“Some drivers have been taking advantage of the quieter roads and have been driving with a heavier right foot than they might have been able to previously.
“We all know that speed is one of major contributory factors to serious and fatal collisions and getting the message out there that while the roads may be quieter the speed limit remains unchanged.