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Victoria Police’s Road Policing Assistant Commissioner

Victoria Police’s Road Policing Assistant Commissioner, Glenn Weir, recently issued an apology to the community after being detected driving above the speed limit in Melbourne last month. Weir was found driving at 58 km/h in a 50 km/h zone in Parkville on February 29, while en route to a meeting, mistakenly believing he was in a 60 km/h zone.

Acknowledging his error, Weir expressed deep regret for the incident, emphasizing the significance of road safety. Despite his longstanding advocacy for safe driving practices, he highlighted that no one is exempt from making mistakes on the road.

In response to the violation, Weir will pay a $337 fine and receive one demerit point. This incident serves as a reminder that adherence to speed limits is crucial for all road users, regardless of their position or experience.


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Article Title: Victorian road policing assistant commissioner apologises after being caught speeding
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