Twenty vehicles were stopped by police during a high-visibility operation in an Aberdeen community.
Officers in Tillydrone warned or charged six motorists for speeding during last week’s operation.
A further 14 more drivers were warned or charged for other offences including driving with no insurance, failing to obey traffic signs and dangerous parking.
Officers from the region’s Roads Policing team and Tillydrone Community Policing Team carried out the operation in response to concerns from local residents.
Sergeant John McOuat, of Tillydrone Police Office, said: “This operation was launched in response to continued concerns from local residents with regards to speeding, careless and anti-social driving and links in with our divisional priority of road safety in support of Operation Cedar”
He added: “I continue to thank the vast majority of road users for their safe and considerate driving on our roads.
“Please be assured my officers and I treat road safety as a key priority.
“We all want our community to be as safe as possible.
“My officers and I will continue to proactively seek out those motorists who are of greatest concern and deal with them appropriately.”