Roads enforcement and safety survey

In 2018, 1,784 people were killed on Britain’s roads – this included 456 pedestrians and 48 children. In addition, 25,511 people were seriously injured. 

The Government is currently reviewing roads policing, and what the future of traffic law enforcement may look like. We are keen to hear your views and invite you to complete this short survey to help inform the Police and Crime Commissioner’s response to Government.

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* 2. What is the first half of your postcode? (EG12)

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* 3. What is your age group?

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* 4. To what extent do you feel safe on the roads where you live?

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* 5. To what extent do you witness road traffic offences on the roads where you live? (e.g using a mobile phone, speeding, not wearing a seatbelt etc)

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* 6. To what extent do you agree that offences that occur on roads where you live require more enforcement?

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* 7. To what extent do you agree that fixed penalty fines for road traffic offences like speeding (currently £100 fine) and failure to wear a seatbelt (currently £100) should be increased to be in line with other serious offences like using a mobile phone whilst driving (currently £200) to serve as a greater deterrent?

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* 8. To what extent do you agree that some of the money raised through fixed penalty fines should be reinvested into enforcement and road safety measures to deny criminals the use of our roads and keep us safer?

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