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Christian Barnett

Dear West Mercia Police,

Please could you tell me the location of the top 10 speed cameras in the city of Worcester which caught the most cars in 2018 and 2019.

Of those top 10 speed cameras, please could you tell how many vehicles were caught on each camera and how much money West Mercia Police earned from fines for each camera?

Yours faithfully,

Christian Barnett

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Dear Mr Barnett
 
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST REFERENCE NO: 11492
 
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@ Freedom of Information,

Dear Mr Barnett

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST REFERENCE NO: 11492

 

I write in connection with your request for information which was received
on 21^st March 2019. Please find below the response to your request:

Please could you tell me the location of the top 10 speed cameras in the
city of Worcester which caught the most cars in 2018 and 2019.

Of those top 10 speed cameras, please could you tell how many vehicles
were caught on each camera and how much money West Mercia Police earned
from fines for each camera?

 

 

Reply:-

 

West Mercia camera partnership do not have 10 speed cameras in the City of
Worcester, there are two static speed cameras.

 

In 2018 the number of vehicles recorded exceeding the speed limit at the
two locations are:

 

New Road, Worcester – 5,820 vehicles detected.

Tybridge Street, Worcester – 3,702 vehicles detected.

 

To date in 2019 the number of vehicles recorded exceeding the speed limit
at the two locations are:

 

New Road, Worcester –1,855 vehicles detected.

Tybridge Street, Worcester –1,012 vehicles detected.

 

In response to the second question, West Mercia Police do not earn any
money from fines for each camera.  Money raised from the fines goes
directly to the Treasury.

 

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accurate as possible.

 

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Should you have any further enquiries concerning this matter, please write
or telephone the Information Compliance Unit quoting the reference number
above.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Mrs E Ball

Information Compliance Office
Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police
Rugby Police Station
Rugby
Warwickshire
CV21 2DH

 

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Headquarters, PO Box 55, Hindlip, Worcester, WR3 8SP.

 

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