25th April 2019 Freedom of Information Request Reference No: FOI 001484/19
I write in connection with your request for information received by the Norfolk and Suffolk
Constabularies on the 17th April 2019 in which you sought access to the following information:
I would appreciate your help in supplying me with the following statistics, relating to your police
force’s attendance to the following types of incidents;
1. Figures for pedestrians hit by cyclists 2018
2. Figures for cyclists hit by cars 2018
Response to your Request
The response provided below is correct as of 18th April 2019.
Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies have located the following information as relevant to your
Research has been undertaken of recorded injury collisions. Please see figures below:-
Pedestrian vs Cyclists
Cyclists vs Car
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