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Police force collision data show no camera benefits

Idris Francis, Petersfield, Hampshire GU32
08 January 2016
This graph shows the number of collisions at camera sites quickly returning to the trend line, says Idris Francis
This graph shows the number of collisions at camera sites quickly returning to the trend line, says Idris Francis

 

Professor Maher’s interest as a statistician understandably lies in analysing data rather than in dislike of cameras per se (ibid). As an engineer I use numbers as a tool to an end – and freely admit that I hate cameras because I believe they make our roads more dangerous, as well as wasting a great deal of money that could be spent effectively in other ways.

Analysis to date including that of Professor Allsop and Professor Maher applies statistical probability theory to relatively...

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