Dropping her own daughter off at pre-school in the mornings, Allen said she's seen the crossing guard at Brady Elementary School have to leap out of the way of dangerous drivers.
"I was just fed up i was so mad!" she said.
Allen said there is a law enforcement presence on the street but has yet to see it make a difference.
So she has taken it upon herself to police the street.
In the mornings when Allen sees someone speeding through a school zones she slips out her camera and snaps a picture of their license plate.
Then uploads it to not only her facebook account, but recently began posting it on KARK's facebook account too.
"Maybe they'll see their picture and say 'Oh... Maybe I need to watch what I'm doing," Allen said.
Calling out people who she said are driving dangerously, while at the same time raising the question how far is too far when trying to make a difference?
"Somebody did bring up the point, 'Well is it safe for you to be taking pictures while you're driving?'" So Allen said she's buying a dashcam in order to get pictures of the offenders without incriminating herself.
"You would expect this stuff from teenagers," Allen said. "But it is a lot of older people."
She said going double the speed limit for roughly 200 feet isn't worth the consequences.
"Think about their family, the people they care about.," Allen said.