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Wales Road Casualty Reduction Partnership

Wales Road Casualty Reduction Partnership is committed to reducing the number of people killed and injured on Welsh roads.

The partnership is made up of 22 Local Authorities, Four Welsh Police Forces, Her Majesty's Court and Tribunal Service (HMCTS) and Welsh Government.

The partnership brings together people with vast experience in road safety, law enforcement and the treatment of victims of road collisions, and can dedicate resources to making the roads safer.

The partnership is responsible for red light and fixed camera enforcement, along with mobile vans used to detect speeding, non use of seatbelts and use of mobile phones in vehicles but reducing casualties is not just about enforcing the law. The Wales Road Casualty Reduction Partnership is encouraging motorists to drive legally and safely through investing time and money into driver education, engineering improvements and targeting enforcement where it is needed most.

Wales Road Casualty Reduction Partnership does not make any profit from speed and red light camera fines.  Safety cameras are there to make roads safer not to make money.  All fine revenue is passed to Her Majesty's Treasury.  The partnership is funded by means of a grant from the Welsh Government and income from Speed Awareness Courses via the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) Cymru. There is no incentive to place cameras anywhere other than where they are needed to improve road safety.

You can help too...

By using your judgement and driving to the conditions of the road you can help cut casualties on our roads and make them safer for everyone.

According to the Royal Society for Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA), "An average reduction in speed of just 1mph would lead to a 5% reduction in collisions ."

 

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