Core Fixed and Red Light Camera Locations
Contrary to a common misconception our speed and red light cameras are not randomly located in order to generate the “most income.” They are located at sites which have a record of injury collisions, excessive speeds and/or red light running.
Here is the annual breakdown for the offence outcomes at our core camera sites:
|Driver education course completed
|Fixed penalty notice paid
Here is the link to our: historic core camera site offence outcomes for the previous five years
Enforcement sites are determined in line with the national guidance published by the Department for Transport and the National Police Chiefs Council.
The current Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Road Safety Partnership camera site selection criteria is available as a PDF here: Rules for proposed camera sites
Mobile Camera Calibration Certificates
These are not provided site by site, however, they include all of our mobile speed enforcement.
Average Speed Camera Locations
Collision and Casualty data
With the current Government’s commitment to increase transparency across the public sector, the Department for Transport has requested the Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland Road Safety Partnership to publish site-specific information for all fixed speed camera enforcement sites and safety camera statistics. The information includes camera calibration certificates, historic annual injury, collision and casualty data, indicating the number of people killed, seriously injured people and all personal injuries.
The Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Road Safety Partnership – working with Leicestershire Police – has published the numbers of prosecutions arising from each fixed speed and red-light camera enforcement site over the previous five calendar years. This data includes the total number of offences recorded at each camera site, including a breakdown of how these offences were dealt with. The data shows how many people accepted the Conditional Offer of Fixed Penalty, how many chose to attend a Driver Education Course and how many people were dealt with by way of a Magistrates’ Court hearing.