Dear Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council,

Please could you provide me with killed and seriously injured counts for the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole council areas for each of the years between 2005 and 2018

Yours faithfully,

Ian Belchamber

DEV&ENV-FOI & Complaints,

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Dear Mr Belchamber,

 

Information Request – Freedom of Information Act

 

Further to your request for information received on 21^St July 2019 please
find attached the material that you asked for.

 

Poole does not hold the information for 2005 – 2007 on record. They do
hold the information for 2008 onwards, Please find attached.

 

I hope that this deals with your request satisfactorily.

 

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Dear DEV&ENV-FOI & Complaints,
Thanks for your reply, unfortunately, it only provides data to 2014 which does not allow verification / analysis over recent years. I requested information to 2018.

Also there is nothing on the report that confirms the region covered.

Please can you provide a better report.

Yours sincerely,

Ian Belchamber

DEV&ENV-FOI & Complaints,

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Good Afternoon Mr Belchamber,

 

Thank you for your email.

 

Please find attached two documents that contains the road casualty data
for BCP council covering Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. The first
attachment contain data from 2005 to 2014 and the second attachment
contains the data from 2015 to 2018.

 

Hopefully, this answers any queries you have. If you do require any
further information then don’t hesitate to contact us.

 

Kind regards,

 

Elisher Brown

Business Support Officer

Growth & Infrastructure

T. 01202 451431        

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Dear DEV&ENV-FOI & Complaints,

Thankyou, that is what I was asking for. For your information, I can confirm that it matches what I found processing stats19 data independently (a couple of the years have very small differences). It seems that the figures published by Dorset Police are wrong.

Yours sincerely,

Ian Belchamber