MARIETTA, Ga., June 09, 2020—In an effort to make streets safer by slowing speeding drivers, Windsor University School of Medicine purchased and donated four solar-powered TC-600s from Radarsign to the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF). Radarsign is the manufacturer of the world’s first armored radar speed sign.
Director of Safety and Security at the Windsor University School of Medicine, Keithly Hicks, shared that the Police Traffic Department strategically placed the radar speed signs in school zones where there are pedestrian crossings.
According to Superintendent Trevor Mills of the RSCNPF, the Radarsign TC-600s “will certainly assist us in our traffic laws enforcement, thus reducing speeding and traffic accidents.”
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