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1 Listening to you, working for you Road Safety Team Presentation to the Bexley Community Policing Engagement Group 9 June 1010 Mark Bunting, Team Leader

2 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Agenda Role Structure Road Safety Plan ETP Activities Targets

3 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Role Statutory duty to promote road safety The three Es: –Enforcement –Engineering –Education, Training and Publicity (ETP) Road Safety Team’s role: –ETP –School Travel –School Crossing Patrols

4 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Structure

5 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Road Safety Plan Currently working to 2008/2010 plan Key issues: –Speed –Impairment –Seat belts Key targets: –Young drivers and passengers –People who drive at work

6 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Road Safety Plan Currently developing the 2010/2013 plan Awaiting the publication of the new Government Road Safety Strategy Analysis of collision and casualty data has been undertaken to ensure plan is evidence led

7 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Analysis Findings

8 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Analysis Findings RankContributory Factor Attributed to Driver/RiderNumber 1Failed To Look Properly1096 2Careless/Reckless/In A Hurry913 3Poor Turn Or Manoeuvre453 4Failed To Judge Other Person's Path Or Speed453 5Travelling Too Fast For Conditions403 6Loss Of Control288 7Aggressive Driving240 8Disobeyed Give Way Or Stop Sign Or Markings212 9Exceeding Speed Limit192 10Following Too Close191

9 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Analysis Findings RankContributory Factor Attributed to PedestrianNumber 1Failed To Look Properly183 2Careless/Reckless/In A Hurry151 3Crossed Road Masked By Stationary Or Parked Vehicle60 4Failed To Judge Vehicle's Path Or Speed49 5Wrong Use Of Pedestrian Crossing Facility19 6Dangerous Action In Carriageway (Eg Playing)19 7Impaired By Alcohol16 8Pedestrian Wearing Dark Clothing At Night5 -Impaired By Drugs (Illicit Or Medicinal)0 -Disability Or Illness, Mental Or Physical0

10 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Analysis Findings

11 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Analysis Findings

12 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you ETP Activities School Talks Theatre-in- Education Cyclist Training Events Car Seat Checks Publicity Campaigns

13 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you National Standards Cyclist Training Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

14 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you On Road Training

15 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Targets Government casualty reduction targets Mayor’s extra casualty reduction targets School travel plans

16 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Reducing KSI casualties

17 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Reducing slight casualties

18 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Reducing KSI child casualties

19 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you School Travel All schools to have school travel plans by 2010 (2009 – Mayor’s Target) Progress to date –95% of Borough schools had approved travel plans by March 2009 –We had 99% completed by end of 2009 and aim to reach 100% during 2010

20 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Issues and concerns Recession - Future budget constraints and/or job losses Good practice ratio for RSOs = 1:50,000 population (Bexley Actual = 1:100,000)

21 Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Listening to you, working for you Any Questions?


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