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2010 Speed Camera Offences by Disposal Method - Staffordshire & Stoke-on-Trent
Fixed speed camera collision, casualty, speed and offence data
Year to Date Performance Summary for Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent (January - September 2011)
Between January and September 2011, there were 2,206 casualties recorded - a reduction of 15.9% (416 casualties) when compared with 2010. Casualties killed or seriously injured have reduced by 15.8% (27 casualties) whilst those slightly injured have reduced by 18.5% (453 casualties). Pedal cycle casualties have increased by 15 casualties, and is the only sub-category to have increased. There have been 98 fewer casualties between the age of 16 and 25, and there have been 42 fewer motorcycle casualties.
Between January and September 2011 there were 748 casualties recorded - an increase of 56 casualties when compared with 2010. Casualties killed or seriously injured have increased by 19 casualties (51.4%), whilst those slightly injured have increased by 37 casualties (5.6%). Child KSIs have also increased from five during 2010, to eight during 2011. Total child casualties have increased by 102% (from 49 to 99 casualties). Pedal Cycle casualties have increased by 24, or 54.5%. Motorcycle casualties have increased by a third, from 48 to 64.
Road Traffic Casualties in Staffordshire County for 2010
During 2010 there were 3,494 casualties recorded - an increase of 2.6% (89 casualties) when compared with the previous year. However, casualties killed or seriously injured have decreased by 18% (48 casualties) and those slightly injured have increased by 4% (137 casualties). This has meant that the severity ratio has decreased by 1.6 percentage points between the two years. Children killed or seriously injured have seen a slight decrease of 5 casualties (24%) when compared with 2009, whereas 16-25 years casualties have increased by 5% and cyclist casualties have increased by 26 or 16%.
Casualty and Collision Reduction at Camera Sites
The pdf below displays the performance of camera sites in Staffordshire which was reviewed in March 2011. The review is based on the reduction in collisions and casualties since enforcement began.
Home Office Statistics
Speed limit offences and killed or seriously injured (KSI) casualty figures released by the Home Office relating to Staffordshire.
Public Opinion Summary
In July 2009, the Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership commissioned market research agency Step Beyond to undertake a public opinion survey on their behalf.
For a summary of results of the survey please click the link below.