Dear Derbyshire County Council,
There was a DfT best practice that there must be 3 serious or fatal accidents before speed cameras could be considered. This was cancelled, I believe, in September 2018. The OPCC tell me that in S. Derbyshire there now must be 4 SFA, despite the incidence being in a long term decline. There is, to my knowledge, no such rule in other areas. OPCC have twice declined to answer my question.
When, why and who instigated the new rule in S. Derbyshire.
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