Accidents on 'death junction'

Hannah Waldram made this Freedom of Information request to South Wales Police

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From: Hannah Waldram

10 February 2011

Dear South Wales Police,

I am writing to request data on the number of incidents which have
occurred around 'death junction' in Roath.

This is a five-way junction between Crwys Road, Mackintosh Place,
Albany Road, City Road, and Richmond Road. I have pinpointed the
location on a map here:
http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&a...

I would like to know the number of collisions which have occurred
on this junction in the last five years.

Please could you break down this information by year - with details
of the number of people involved, the severity of the accident, how
the accident occurred, if there were any injuries/deaths, and what
modes of transport were involved. Please also place specifically
where the accident happened (with the longitude and latitude if
possible) - if this could be represented in a map that would also
be useful.

Predominantly I would like to request this information
electronically, in the form of a spreadsheet .xls document if
possible.

If the decision is made to withhold some of this data using
exemptions in the act, please cite the exemptions used. If the
information is already available elsewhere please do point me in
the right direction.

If you are only able to release some of the information I would ask
that you release this data rather than withhold the entire set.

If this information is unclear or you need further details from
myself please do not hesitate to ring me on the number below or
email this address - I would expect to be contacted should you need
any clarification.

Please can you confirm that you have received this request and I'd
like to remind you that under the freedom of information act 2000
you are bound to respond in 20 days.

Yours faithfully,

Hannah Waldram

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South Wales Police

11 February 2011


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Dear Ms Waldram,

I write to advise that I am in receipt of your e-mail dated 10^th February
2011 regarding Collisions around `Death Junction', Roath.

This letter confirms that your request has now been passed to our FOI
officers who will review the contents of your request and establish if a)
your request is valid under the FOI Act and b) if any further
clarification is required from you to allow us to progress further.

Should you wish to contact us regarding your request, please quote
reference number 101/11 on any correspondence. Should you wish to contact
us by e-mail, please do so using the mail box
[1][South Wales Police request email]. (Please do not reply directly to my own
e-mail address as this may result in a further delay to your request).

South Wales Police provides you the right to request a re-examination of
your case under its review procedure (copy attached). If you decide to
request such a review and having followed the Constabulary's full process
you are still dissatisfied, then you have the right to direct your
comments to the Information Commissioner who will give it consideration.

Regards

Eloise Rosser

Freedom of Information / Data Protection Officer

South Wales Police Headquarters

Cowbridge Road

Bridgend

CF31 3SU

External / Allanol: 01656 306160

Internal / Mewnol: 20627

Email: [email address]

Web: www.south-wales.police.uk / www.heddlu-de-cymru.police.uk

Crime in South Wales at its lowest for 25 Years.
South Wales Police is the 9th most improved force in England & Wales for
overall crime reduction with over 13,000 fewer victims of
crime. Mae troseddau yn Ne
Cymru ar eu lefel isaf er 25 mlynedd.Yn nalgylch Heddlu De Cymru y bu*r
9fed gostyngiad mwyaf mewn troseddau drwy Gymru a Lloegr, gyda 13,000 yn
llai yn dioddef trosedd.

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South Wales Police

8 March 2011


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Attachment Injury Collisions using grid reference.pdf
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Attachment Map showing injury collisions.pdf
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Attachment Damage only collision data.pdf
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Attachment Appeals Letter.pdf
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Dear Ms Waldram,

I write in connection with your request for information dated 10^th
February, regarding road collision reports.

Your request for information has now been considered and our response is
attached.

I trust that this information answers your request. Should you have any
queries and wish to contact us by e-mail, please do so using the mail box
[1][South Wales Police request email]. (Please do not reply directly to my own
e-mail address as this may result in a delay to your request).

South Wales Police provides you the right to request a re-examination of
your case under its review procedure (copy attached). If you decide to
request such a review and having followed the Forces full process you are
still dissatisfied, then you have the right to direct your comments to the
Information Commissioner who will give it consideration.

Judith LEWIS

Freedom of Information Officer/Swyddog Rhyddid Gwybodaeth

South Wales Police HQ / Pencadlys yr Heddlu

Cowbridge Road / Heol y Bont-Faen

BRIDGEND / PENYBONT

CF31 3SU

Telephone 01656 306161

( Internal / Mewnol: 20663

: Email / E-bost : [2][email address] /
[3][email address]

[4]www.south-wales.police.uk / [5]www.heddlu-de-cymru.police.uk

[6][South Wales Police request email]

Crime in South Wales at its lowest for 25 Years.
South Wales Police is the 9th most improved force in England & Wales for
overall crime reduction with over 13,000 fewer victims of
crime. Mae troseddau yn Ne
Cymru ar eu lefel isaf er 25 mlynedd.Yn nalgylch Heddlu De Cymru y bu**r
9fed gostyngiad mwyaf mewn troseddau drwy Gymru a Lloegr, gyda 13,000 yn
llai yn dioddef trosedd.

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From: Hannah Waldram

8 March 2011

Dear South Wales Police,

Thanks you for fulfilling my freedom of information request. I have
all the data I need now.

Yours faithfully,

Hannah Waldram

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