Speed Watch

Speed Watch is a community based program to help raise public awareness of speeding in school zones, playgrounds and other problem speeding areas and encourage slowing down for the safety of our community. It is sponsored by the North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP, ICBC, and CCP&ES.

Trained volunteers, deployed in pairs with the Community Policing van, using RADAR and an electronic display reader board.  Help reduce speeding in your community … become a Speed Watch volunteer.

Speed Watch raises speeding awareness in

  • school zones
  • playgrounds
  • problem speeding areas

You can Request a Speed Watch in your area.

Speed Watch Calendar

For members only, this is where our team manages the schedule and locations.

Team Calendar (password required)


Volunteers are the heart and soul of our community. Become a Volunteer

Trained volunteers working in pairs, arrive in our Community Policing van, and use radar with a large electronic display. It’s an effective way to encourage safer driving in specific areas.

The program sponsored by the North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP, ICBC, and CCP&ES.

NC/Duncan Speed Watch Team – Training Underway with ICBC

Police will be increasing enforcement throughout the province and our Cowichan Valley volunteers will be conducting “cell watch” deployments to remind drivers to leave the phone alone. For lots of information on how to help combat this see ICBC Distracted Driving Campaign

Driving Behaviours Are Learned

Don't Drink and Drive Impaired Kills

Driving Under the Influence

Are you aware of the Facts?

Are you aware of the Penalties?

NC/Duncan Speed Watch Team Deployed in School Zone with RCMP Enforcement

Distracted driving is now the second leading cause of car crash fatalities – ahead of impaired driving – and is the leading cause of rear-end crashes which often result in injuries. Our campaign includes enhanced enforcement and new education beginning September 5th, 2014.

Driving Behaviours Are Learned

Distracted Driving Campaign dont text while you drive