Cooper City, Florida Speed Traps
Police set-up radar monitoring on the medians during non-rush hours. There are usually 2-3 officers; 1 records the speed and 1 or 2 pull-over drivers. Because these are long expanses and the tendency is to speed, you will find them located well after traffic lights.
Cops hide next to the daycare on the southeast corner of Rock Creek and on the north/northeast side of Rock Creek along Stonebridge Pkwy. The cops hide behind tall shrubery and trees.
Are various times during the day “wolf pacs”” are along the east side of the road between Stirling Road and Griffin Road. Traffic is currently useing this road as a “”shortcut”” between two major roads. Other times there is as little as 1 office on duty._”
Typically waiting to catch speeders rushing to work late.
Very common for eastbound traffic.
There is fairly heavy radar activity all along Sheridan. While mostly in the AM rush hours, it can also be in the afternoon. I got one warning (because I was rushing to the hospital) and now my radar detector goes off quite often in the morning to mid-day.