OFFICER Magazine spoke with Gates County, NC, Sheriff Ray Campbell about how he maximizes resources and creativity to police his jurisdiction. One of Campbell’s weapons? The TC-400 radar speed sign from Radarsign.
Radarsign News Releases
Radarsign in the News: Serious accidents lead Pima Co., AZ to post radar speed signs for safety
At least three serious accidents in recent months, including one that was fatal, spurred the signs’ installation by the PCSD Community Engagement Team.
Radarsign in the News: South Carolina Neighborhood trusts Radarsign to Calm Speeds
Two new Radarsign brand radar speed signs now remind drivers of the posted speed limit, as well as the speed they’re driving.
Radarsign in the News: Illinois town sees fewer speeders using Radarsign brand driver speed sign
Police chief says safety is a big concern, especially with kids heading back to school.
Radarsign Announces 2 New Driver Feedback Signs with Larger Displays, Modular Design & Enhanced Safety Features
Radarsign adds two new models, the TC-800 and TC-1100, to its line of traffic calming solutions. The new models boast enhanced safety features, larger displays and modular design.
Radarsign in the News: Arizona Town selects Radarsign for Traffic Safety Corridors
In an effort to combat negative driver behaviors, the Town Council of Fountain Hills, AZ designated two Traffic Safety Corridors and chose Radarsign brand driver speed signs to calm traffic through the heart of town.
Radarsign in the News: How Driver Speed Signs Work
Why do Radarsign products work? Do they actually impact driver behavior? OFFICER magazine spoke with Radarsign execs to learn the answers.
Radarsign in the News: Calif. Businesses Fund Signs to Keep Students Safe
The students of Humbolt County, CA, will be safer when school starts because two local businesses, North Fork Lumber and Green Diamond, cared enough to fund two new driver speed signs from Radarsign. The solar-powered signs were installed near a school bus stop.
Radarsign in the News: Montana County installs 3 Driver Speeds Signs from Radarsign
Like many municipalities, Roundup, MT wants to keep its residents — especially the kids — safe. With the help of the Musselshell County sheriff, the town recently installed 3 driver speed signs from Radarsign as a friendly reminder about the town’s speed limit.
Radarsign in the News: Missouri Sheriff’s Dept. uses Data to determine Patrol Needs
Officer.com features a new story about how Capt. Joseph King of the Platte County, MO Sheriff’s Dept. chose a different route when the department’s speed trailer couldn’t deliver the intelligence they needed. Now his team is incorporating data from their Radarsign brand driver radar signs to target where officers need to patrol — and when.