Drink driving

Title: Analysis of Drink Driving Casualties in North East England, 2006 - 2010

Organisation: North East Regional Road Safety Resource
Date uploaded: 29th December 2011
Date published/launched: October 2011

This report is intended to assist road safety professionals in identifying the current trends in drink drive collisions and casualties in the North East of England.

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This report has been produced by the North East Regional Road Safety Resource as an overview of casualties resulting from collisions in the region between 2006 and 2010 where at least one of the drivers or riders involved in the collision was judged by the reporting police officer to be driving or riding their vehicle whilst over the legal alcohol limit.

The data used to produce this report is based on the Road Safety Resource’s database of Stats 19 provided by Cleveland, Durham, and Northumbria police forces.

This report is intended to assist road safety professionals in identifying the current trends in drink drive collisions and casualties. It also provides information on dates, times and areas where drink driving casualties are most likely to occur, and offers suggestions for communicating with likely offenders.

For more information contact:
Peter Slater

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