FOI: Dangerous Drivers
Robin Langfield Newnham made this Freedom of Information request to Caerphilly County Borough Council as part of a batch sent to 77 authorities
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Dear FOI Manager,
I would like to request the following data, broken out by calendar year (and local authority location if possible), for the past 10 years starting with 2022 if available:
1. The number of drivers with ongoing driving disqualifications who have been caught still driving (by local authority area).
2. The number of drivers caught driving dangerously (according to police definition) (by local authority area).
3. The number of drivers caught parking dangerously (according to police definition) (by local authority area).
4. The number of drivers caught driving without valid insurance (by local authority area).
5. The number of drivers caught failing to stop after an accident (by local authority area).
6. The number of drivers caught failing to report an accident (by local authority area).
7. All of the above who have been convicted as a result.
Please let me know if you need any further information.
Robin Langfield Newnham
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Dear Robin Langfield Newnham,
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - INFORMATION REQUEST
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requested, however, we believe information of this nature may be held by
Heddlu Gwent Police who will also be covered by the Freedom of Information
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Gwent Police Headquarters
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