radar gun

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radar gun

n.
A usually handheld device that measures the velocity of a moving object by sending out a continuous radio wave and measuring the frequency of reflected waves.

radar gun

A usually hand-held device that measures the velocity of a moving object by sending out a continuous radio wave and measuring the frequency of reflected waves.
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Nevertheless, under the state law, local police cannot use radar guns or other electronic devices to ticket speeding drivers -- which is a key way to curtail dangerous driving -- unless the city conducts regular surveys of traffic flow.
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Radar guns are also used in sports at the professional level.
He noted that in Germany, for example, mobile police units use the element of surprise with distance-tracking radar guns to nab motorists who tailgate at high rates of speed.
Officers will use hand-held radar guns as their latest weapon to tackle the water menaces in hotspots such as Dubai Creek and Dubai Marina, as well as along the coastline.
Summary: DUBAI - The General Department of Traffic of the Dubai Police has registered around 112,116 violations using radar guns in the first nine months of the year, according to Major-General Mohammed Saif Al Zafin, Director of the department.
He says there are between 12 to 15 mobile radar guns currently operating, a number he says is "not enough." Fixed radar units are not yet in operation.
SPEED cops have been accused of pulling a fast one on drivers - by hiding behind trees before jumping out to use their radar guns.
London, Nov 27 (ANI): Radar guns used by police to spot speeding motorists could help identify would-be suicide bomber in a crowd, say researchers.
Then residents in Eastern Green were given radar guns to catch speeding motorists and more recently 11-year-old scouts were being recruited by the police.
AaDubai Police will soon start using digital radar guns called Al Jin, to catch speeding vehicles.
If a particular road was found to have a problem then police would mount an official operation with more sophisticated radar guns which could be used to mount prosecutions.