FIFE SAFETY CAMERA PARTNERSHIP PUBLIC OPINION SURVEY OPEN. Fife Safety Camera Partnership is carrying out research amongst drivers/riders to identify their views in relation to safety cameras. Your feedback is important to us. . Click here to access our survey.
Safety cameras helping to save lives and money
Scotland’s Chief Statistician announced the release of Key Scottish Safety Camera Programme Statistics 2011. This latest annual report confirms the trends in personal injury crash reduction as seen in previous bulletins. It shows the number of people being killed or seriously injured at safety camera sites throughout Scotland, for the last three years, is on average 68% lower following camera enforcement. Collisions involving personal injuries have also reduced from 1,054 to 547 at these sites, a decrease of 48%. Use this link to view the full bulletin:- http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2012/07/5039
Camera Programme - How is it governed? A copy of the Handbook is attached. (see publications)
Scottish Safety Camera Programme Public Survey Results Released - A survey,commissioned by the Scottish Safety Camera Programme, concluded that awareness and understanding of safety cameras is high with the majority of motorists saying that being detected speeding by cameras has changed the way they drive for the better. A copy of the full report is attached. (see publications).
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For more information contactMarion Harvie, Communications Officer, Fife Safety Camera Partnership, Road Safety
Tel: 01592 418859 Fax: 01592 418844 Contact Marion Harvie online
By Post: Fife Council, Police Headquarters, Detroit Road, Glenrothes, KY6 2RJ