The numbers shown below are LIVE stats from the database as at Sunday 21st July 2019 18:47:48

During the last 30 days 
 
  • 8899 speeding offence records were handled automatically and passed on to the local Police for further action. 4656 Warning Letters were sent as a result, and another 1318 cases are waiting to be issued. 

  • The maximum speed recorded in a 30mph zone was 99 mph, but 880 records of excessive speeding (more than 50% above the allowed limit) were flagged up for special attention.
     
  • 479 vehicles were recorded as multiple offenders; details of these vehicles are passed on to the Road Traffic Policing Departments where they will be kept for 12 months. Dependent on the number or severity of the details special attention could include a visit from the local Neighbourhood Policing Team... etc.
     
  • During this time, groups have recorded 189(2.1%) vehicles with no tax and 187(2.1%) vehicles with no MOT, those driving without an MOT are committing a criminal offence and those without TAX could face a court appearance and a fine.
     
  • Within this time, groups have also recorded 28(0.3%) vehicles being driven after being declared on Statutary Off Road Notice's(SORN) showing that there are a percentage of the population who do not care for the safety and security of other road users.

During the last year 
 
  • 77590 speeding offence records were handled automatically and passed on to the local Police for further action. 47476 Warning Letters were sent as a result.
     
  • Within this year, groups have recorded 179(0.2%) vehicles being driven after being declared on Statutary Off Road Notice's(SORN) showing that there are a percentage of the population who do not care for the safety and security of other road users.
     
  • During this year, groups have recorded 1636(2.1%) vehicles with no tax and 1654(2.1%) vehicles with no MOT, those driving without an MOT are committing a criminal offence and those without TAX could face a court appearance and a fine. The vehicles without TAX have been reported to DVLA for their action.
     
  • Community Speedwatch aim to educate drivers about the dangers of speeding and the nuisance it causes in the community where they offend but that does not exclude the possibility of direct Police intervention if the message is not fully understood.
  
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