Road Traffic and Transportation Offences in UK Law

  • Road Traffic: Do Modern Conditions Require the Creation of a Separate Organization or Organizations for the Regulation of Road Traffic, Enforcement of Traffic and Promotion of Road Safety?
    • Nbr. 35-5, September 1962
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    We congratulate Chief Inspector Gates on winning the First Prize and H. M. Gold Medal in the Essay Competition of 1961, and have pleasure in publishing his Essay below.
    ...... course, to provide roads for safe and econ- omic transportation, and with the need for large allocations of public funds for this ...Nevertheless, there are many traffic offences which are serious in themselves and contain an element of ......
  • Road Traffic: Its Control and other Problems
    • Nbr. 20-2, April 1947
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ...... will not help to solve the problem of efficient transportation. Undoubtedly in this small island the problem of road-building is ...(b)" Penalties should be more severe, then offences would not be repeated." Against this supposition, and contrary to ......
  • The Enforcement of Traffic Law in the Australian Capital Territory†
    • Nbr. 13-3, September 1980
    • Journal of Criminology (formerly Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology)
    ...... CAPITAL TERRITORY* D B Nich~lst Traffic offences have become the dominant form of crime in ...The only form of mass transportation is the bus. The population tends to be younger, ...The road system is better and traffic engineering has ......
  • Recent Book: The Politics of Criminal Law
    • Nbr. 65-2, April 1992
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ...... Wilkinson's Road Tralflc Offences. Published by Longman. Price ... that such is the weight of the Road Traffic legislation passed in recent years that a ... females, whipping and flogging, transportation, torture, use of the pillory and stocks all go ......
  • Road Check Police Road Block
    • Nbr. 50-3, August 1986
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    ...... so he shall be guiltyof an offence-Road Traffic Act 1972, section 159. Police and Criminal ... be used for the carriage or transportation of persons or goods. The following appear to ... justice or with the investigation of offences or of a particular offence (c) death (d) ......
  • Using police bicycle patrols to manage social order in bicycle and pedestrian traffic networks
    • Nbr. 89-1, March 2016
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    This article examines how bicycle police units perceive their impact on social norms of rule compliance and risk behaviours in bicycle and pedestrian traffic networks. Using qualitative methods, a ...
    ......In such endeavours, issues of road safety and traffic reg- ulatory compliance become ... to use bicycles as a mode of transportation (Sanders, 2015). Further- more, cycling also ... a lot of bicyclists who still commit offences. It is not unusual that they run through red ......
  • Quarterly Notes
    • Nbr. 4-4, October 1931
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ...... the Court shows that both these offences have been committed, but that does not ... has been sent to us : (I) Experimental Road constructed and maintained by Ministry of ...-up areas.-Instead of restricting traffic to the existing street accommodation, ... the main trunk lines of transportation with load and speed as their ......
  • Social Implications of Driver Disqualification: Reality and Road Traffic Laws*
    • Nbr. 8-2, June 1975
    • Journal of Criminology (formerly Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology)
    Abstract MOTOR vehicle accidents constitute one of the major health hazards in urban societies, and it has been widely argued that some drivers are worse accident risks than others due ...
    ...... burglary or as- sault) where offences are frequently reported to the police by members of the public, the ... The most basic need satisfied by driving is that of transportation, and the dis- qualified driver who wishes to avoid any ......
  • The automated speed enforcement system in Great Britain: between a technical revolution and administrative continuity
    • Nbr. 73-4, December 2007
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
    At the start of the 1990s, Great Britain implemented a national programme of speed checks that includes more than 5000 check locations. The coverage of the road network then allows increased survei...
    ......The coverage of the road network then allows increased surveillance of ... are convincing; a reduction in traffic speeds and an improvement in the ... offenders and number of speeding offences com- ... Practice’, NCHRP Synthesis, Transportation Research Board. Washington, DC: National ......
  • Transport and Communications Exhibition in Munich
    • Nbr. 38-11, November 1965
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ...... hall was devoted to the subject of traffic in towns in three sections, YESTERDAY, ..., though it would appear that road signs cannot multiply much more. The section" ...- recorder at places where traffic offences are frequent obviously acts as a deterrent ... as air and water pollution, transportation, delinquency prevention and crime control. ......
  • See all results

VLEX uses login cookies to provide you with a better browsing experience. If you click on 'Accept' or continue browsing this site we consider that you accept our cookie policy. ACCEPT