Police will be increasing patrols across Norfolk as part of a month-long road safety campaign.

Officers will be cracking down on road users taking risks related to the "fatal four" offences of speeding, using a mobile phone behind the wheel, not wearing a seat belt and drink and drug driving.

Roads policing officers, unmarked police vehicles, motorcyclists from the Road Casualty Reduction Team and officers from the Commercial Vehicle Unit will be on patrol across the county.

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The Safety Camera Partnership Team will also be present throughout the month to target speeding drivers.

Chief Inspector Vicky McParland of the joint Roads and Armed Policing Team said: “We do not run safety campaigns because we like to ‘catch’ people.

"We run these campaigns every year because people are still losing their lives on Norfolk roads as a result of the selfish behaviours of others behind the wheel.

“If this campaign can change the behaviour and choices of drivers and as a result they do not use their phone, wear their seatbelt, stick to the speed limit or don’t drive after drinking or using drugs then I think we all agree it is worth it."