Sunday, November 17, 2013

All crashes, great and small

Sum to a fair chunk of change in Yorkshire, and that's just the police themselves;
West Yorkshire Police officers were to blame for 400 crashes on the county’s roads last year - costing the force £240,000 in repairs to its vehicles.
The force has spent £1,219,246 on ‘blameworthy repairs’, including road crashes, reversing into bollards and other incidents causing damage to its cars, in the last four years, new figures have revealed.
Bosses say they have cut the number of such collisions from 670 in 2009/10 to 400 in 2012/13 by installing data recorders in cars, providing extra training and increasing the number of driver reviews it carries out.
Who wrote the traffic tickets?

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