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Supt Thomson said the aim of these vans was to reduce the number of deaths on the roads, and ensure motorists drive more safely.
He said: "As well as catching people who blatantly flout motoring laws such driving at excess speed, the equipment is also able to identify drivers using hand-held mobile phones and other common offences like failing to wear seatbelts." The vans are also fitted with automatic number place recognition technology, which allows them to "track and target vehicles that are linked to criminal activity".