More than 20 drivers were detected speeding near Highland schools during checks after the Easter break – including one woman who will be reported in connection with driving at 60mph in a 20mph limit.
The 18-year-old woman will be reported after the detection at Mulbuie Primary.
Elsewhere a man, 27, will be reported in connection with a vehicle travelling at 41mph near Firhill Primary in Alness, as will a 34-year-old woman after a vehicle was seen at 40mph at Culbokie Primary.
Both of these were in 20mph limits.
In total 24 people will either be reported or subject to a conditional offer of fixed penalty, while 17 drivers were also issued with warnings during the operation which ran between April 23 and April 26.
Road policing sergeant Gus Murray said: “The safety of children travelling to and from around schools is an issue of concern for the whole community.
“These limits are in place for a reason and exist to keep children and others attending schools safe.
“To ignore the limit to such an extent is obviously dangerous and shows no consideration for wider public around schools.
“Children going to and from school are not always highly visible so I am urging motorists to please take a little extra care.
“It is disappointing that drivers continue to fail to comply with speed limits around schools and we will continue to carry out enforcement at schools in the Highland and islands area.”