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Victoria Police Online News Centre - We are the toll: Heavens abovePolice will ramp up their road enforcement on freeways today with the reintroduction of aerial speed detection in a bid to further encourage motorists to slow down.
The Police Airwing and state and local highway patrols will join forces over the next few months, targeting speeding drivers from the sky and the ground.
Police from the Airwing will use an unmarked helicopter to fly over a pre-measured distance of road, measuring the time it takes a vehicle to travel from one point to another to determine whether they are travelling within the speed limit.
If the motorist is found to be speeding, police from the helicopter will radio the details of the vehicle through to the highway patrol unit on the ground who will then intercept the offending driver.
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