Safety Cameras Scotland
In 2019 there were 7,638 people injured on Scotland's roads.
Here at Safety Cameras Scotland, we aim to reduce this number through targeted camera enforcement and improving driver behaviour. We believe speeding is socially unacceptable and encourage everybody to #KnowYourLimits and drive at a speed appropriate to the road conditions.
Our organisation is divided into three Safety Camera Unit areas - North, East & West - who manage the speed and red-light cameras across Scotland. We work alongside Police Scotland and are funded through a grant provided to us by the Scottish Safety Camera Programme.
We have a frequently asked questions section to cover most queries and for anything further please feel free to contact us. You'll also be able to follow Safety Cameras Scotland on Facebook and Twitter.
News / Updates
The B987 Northern Road, Kintore will see mobile safety camera resources deployed from 19/11/20 as part of a £675,000 investment to deliver new enforcement sites across Scotland.
Safety cameras aim to…
Following the recent announcement by Transport Scotland investing £675,000 into new enforcement locations one of the first to become active is on the A832 at Avoch in the Highlands.
Having met the st…
Concerns regarding vehicle speeds have led to King’s Drive, Arbroath, which makes up part of the National Cycling Networks Route 1, being identified as a flexible deployment location by the North Safe…
Concerns regarding vehicle speeds, made by Aberdeen City Council, have led to Coast Road Aberdeen, which makes up part of the National Cycling Networks Route 1, being identified as a flexible deployme…
Safety Cameras Scotland are trying to improve driver behaviour on their approach to the average speed cameras on Mill Street, Rutherglen by reminding drivers to keep within the 30mph speed limit.