Disclosure list


Safety Cameras/Speeding - 2018

Mobile Speed camera location

The request in more detail:

Request no: 1500/18

"I was caught by a manned camera in the rear of a static van parked in a bay clearly marked 'Police Patrol Vehicles Only'. The stretch of road is also marked as a clearway. Please can you tell me: 1) The full job description of the person operating the camera 2) The job description of the role of the vehicle used with the camera mounted in the rear 3) Is it lawful for a camera van to be parked on a road marked clearly as a clearway and in a bay clearly marked 'Police Patrol Vehicles Only'?"

Response:

see record 1

Disclosure date: 13-Apr-2018

Documents

Record 1 - 1500.doc (779264 kb)

20 mph offences

The request in more detail:

Request no: 5833/17

Could you tell me how many drivers you have prosecuted for exceeding the speed limit in a 20mph zone since January 01 2017? How many drivers did you prosecute for exceeding the speed limit in a 20mph zone in the whole of 2016?

Response:

Please attached - Record 1

Disclosure date: 19-Jan-2018

Documents

Record 1 - 5833.doc (917504 kb)

Speeding

The request in more detail:

Request no: 1266/18

Could you please supply the following information relating to road safety:- 1: Who sets the policy for dealing with speeding within Devon and Cornwall? 2: How is this policy then put into operational practice? 3: Who at Devon and Cornwall police is responsible for the above? 4: How many officer hours where spent on actual road speed enforcement. Rather than processing of offenders? 5: Who is responsible for the installation and operation of speed cameras 6: How many fixed speed cameras are located in Devon? How many cameras are available at any one time 7: How many mobile speed cameras are deployed in Devon. What is the operational utilisation of these units? 8: How does the force decide on what locations these units are used? 9: On how many days were the mobile speed units deployed in Wranagton, Devon during 2016 and 2017. 10. How many FPN's or prosecutions were issued related to the above?

Response:

see record 1

Disclosure date: 05-Apr-2018

Documents

Record 1 - 1266.doc (781824 kb)

Speeding by Make and Model

The request in more detail:

Request no: 2068/18

"Within your constabulary, what is the highest speed (mph) recorded from 1st January 2017 up to and including May 2018. Please break this down to include the make and model of the car caught speeding and also by any one detection method. For example – a Toyota Yaris was caught speeding at 71mph in a 60mph zone in November 2017 Within your constabulary, in this time period, what is the most common car make and model caught speeding? "

Response:

see record 1

Disclosure date: 07-Jun-2018

Documents

Record 1 - 2068.doc (778752 kb)

Community speed watch

The request in more detail:

Request no: 5686/17

1. Does your Force have Community Speed Watch Groups ? If the above is No, please send a negative return and ignore the further questions. 2. If so, how many groups do you have ? 3. Taking all those groups, how many Community Speed Watch volunteers do you have ? 4. Which Department deals with Community Speed Watch and where does it sit in your Force structure ? 5. If you have a Force Co-ordinator what is that person’s role. 6. May I have that person’s email address ? 7. May I have a copy of your Force Community Speed Watch policy and procedures ? 8. May I have a copy of any written instructions that you give to your volunteers ?

Response:

Please see attached - Record 1

Disclosure date: 16-Jan-2018

Documents

Record 1 - 5686.doc (916992 kb)

Speed camera in Totnes

The request in more detail:

Request no: 2716/18

"I would like to enquire about a unmanned speed camera which is located on A385 Ashburton Road, Totnes Devon. Can you provide me with what type of speed camera is used at that location, I'm aware it is unmanned. Can you also provide me with the details, if and when the machine was calibrated in the months of April , May and June 2018. I'm aware of the following, In 2001 the law was changed so that speed cameras had to be painted yellow to ensure visibility. Many other rules were also brought in regarding speed cameras. The regulations decree that: camera housings cannot be obscured, e.g. by trees, bushes or signs cameras must be visible from 60m away in 40mph or less zones and 100m for all other speed limit zones signs must only be placed in areas where camera housings are located or where mobile cameras are in operation camera sites are to be reviewed at least every six months in order to ensure that cameras are adequately visible and signed. can you provide me with details of the last review? All police forces taking part in the netting-off scheme, where the money recouped from speeding fines is put back into setting up more speed cameras in hazardous spots, are bound by the rules above. Non-compliance may result in expulsion from the scheme. Can you also inform me of how many accidents have been at this location in the last two years? Can you confirm if the above regulations have been enforce for the particular Speed Camera in question. More specifically, is the camera in question visible from 60 meters away? or is it in a blind spot?"

Response:

see record 1

Disclosure date: 10-Jul-2018

Documents

Record 1 - 2716.doc (780288 kb)

Average speed cameras

The request in more detail:

Request no: 1280/18

"Could you please provide me some details about the operation of the average speed cameras on the A38 and A380 in the area of Haldon Hill/Splatford Split/Wobbly Wheel. Specifically, could you please provide details on: (1) How long (i) images and (ii) vehicle details (such as a record of the VRM) are kept, if no speed offence is recorded by the cameras (2) Whether, if stored, information such as VRM is (i) encrypted both in transit and at rest within the storage system (ii) held in a system which has been penetration tested by an accredited body such as BSi ; and (iii) has both privacy and security impact assessments (please provide copies if so) (3) if information is held under 1 and 2, the lawful basis for holding this data (4) Whether details of any vehicles not identified as having committed an speed offence are shared with any other agency, or compared to another agency's database (5) If the cameras monitor (directly, or indirectly through a partner agency) any offences other than speed (6) If the vehicle speed limit is calculated based on the classification of the vehicle (i.e. panel van, light goods vehicle, car), or set to a blanket speed"

Response:

see record 1

Disclosure date: 16-Apr-2018

Documents

Record 1 - 1280.doc (780800 kb)

Speeding Offences & Speed Cameras

The request in more detail:

Request no: 2487/18

"1) A monthly total of how many speeding fines were issued by speed cameras in your constabulary in 2016, 2017 and January - May 2018. 2) A monthly total of how much money was collected from speeding fines in your constabulary in 2016, 2017 and January - May 2018. 3) The ten most active speed cameras in your constabulary in 2016, 2017 and January - May 2018, detailing how many speeding offences they each recorded and how much money they each collected in speeding fines. 4) The highest recorded speeding offences (miles per hour) in your constabulary in 2016, 2017 and January - May 2018, detailing which speed cameras recorded these offences. 5) How many Band A, Band B and Band C speeding offences were committed in your constabulary between May 2017 - May 2018. "

Response:

see record 1

Disclosure date: 27-Jul-2018

Documents

Record 1 - 2487.doc (931328 kb)

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