Suppose I call the police and confess that, while driving on a road with a 55 MPH speed limit, I drove at 56 for a few seconds. They did nothing to prompt it; I just randomly decided to do it (but I had indeed "sped," if this is even speeding) What would happen?
They might tell you that under ORS 810.410
(2) A police officer may issue a citation to a person for a traffic violation at any place within or outside the jurisdictional authority of the governmental unit by which the police officer is authorized to act: (a) When the traffic violation is committed in the police officer’s presence; or (b) When the police officer has probable cause to believe an offense has occurred based on a description of the vehicle or other information received from a police officer who observed the traffic violation
and therefore they would instruct you to have a police officer witness the speeding next time.
You could petition the court to be allowed to fill in the citation form, and depending on the county, the petition might be granted.
They would laugh at you and possibly send out someone to make a mental health welfare check.
If you filmed it and drove dangerous and put it to video, then they might act.
There's this stunt driver who, under the name of Ghost Rider in a black motorcycle combi was flaunting traffic laws all over Europe. They put videos of their exploits on sale. Because of this, police not only have a proof for the traffic infractions, they wanted to find out the identity of the driver so they can find them for the acts. The Swiss Police did get him, some others did snatch him at times. Eventually he quit the act. One person alleged to be Ghost Rider now is a Subaru salesman in Stockholm.