The point being...?
Thing is, where there is a speed limit, you're supposed to not exceed it, whether there's a cruiser there or not. So anybody who got caught speeding, stop whining. YOU sped. The police did not make you do that. At roadworks, you are supposed to slow down before they begin (that's why they put all those speed limit signs up in front of them...), not when you see a police cruiser.
And, of course, when you're drunk, you are not supposed to drive at all.
The point being that the laws about speed limits exist everywhere, not just in front of schools etc. So, again, if you get yourself a ticket speeding on a long straight -- don't blame the police.
Speaking as somebody who has had to dodge the occasional drunk driver, I approve of anything that gets more of these potential manslaughterers caught, fined and cited. And their licenses suspended.
Go on, flame me. But don't blame me when you get hit by a drunk, speeding driver afterwards.