Roads and Transport Policing Command

Meeting: 
MQT on 2019-07-18
Session date: 
July 18, 2019
Reference: 
2019/14238
Question By: 
Peter Whittle
Organisation: 
Brexit Alliance Group
Asked Of: 
The Mayor

Question

To ask the Mayor how many road traffic offences were passed to the Crown Prosecution Service for prosecution by RTPC in each of the last three calendar years?

Answers

Answer for Roads and Transport Policing Command
Roads and Transport Policing Command

Roads and Transport Policing Command

Answered By: 
The Mayor

This data relates to Traffic Offence Reports issued by RTPC officers that have been referred for prosecution.

These offences are specified and as such will be police led prosecutions at the first hearing. CPS will only assume responsibility at the point a “Not Guilty” pleas is entered.

The data only relates to traffic stop offences; there will be other RTPC prosecutions following their work on the killed and serious/ life changing collisions. This data will be sourced from NSPIS.

RTPC Officer Issued Offences Sent for Potential Prosecution:

CY 2016 – 20,379

CY 2017 – 23,047

CY 2018 – 23,706