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…more than 16,NHL Ice Hockey Jerseys,000 offences in last three monthsAs the Guyana Police Force (GPF) continues to record traffic offences, its latest statistics have shown that over 40,000 traffic offences have been recorded up to the end of September.The GPF recently released its monthly traffic statistics which covered the period January 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015.According to data coming out of the law enforcement body, the police made a total of 43,071 cases against motorists for breaching traffic laws. At the end of August,Cheap Jerseys USA, there had been 37,545 traffic offences made out by the police force.With this figure, it was shown that September had recorded 5,526 traffic offences. This represented a decline of approximately 13 percent from the August number of offences. With 6,344 offences made out against motorists in August, that month had recorded the highest number of traffic offences.September statistics are just above average for the year thus far. September also recorded the third highest number of traffic offences, coming after August (6,344 offences) and February (6,013 offences). May was the lowest recorded month with 1,645 offences.Furthermore, with the latest statistics, it was shown that 16,000 traffic offences were made out within the last three months. This was also the highest recorded quarter of the year thus far. This figure also accounted for 38 percent of the total traffic offences made out by the police.In the first quarter (January to March), there were 15,807 traffic offences: January with 5,022 offences; February with 6,013 offences; and March with 4,772 offences.In the second quarter (April to June), there were 10,583 traffic offences: April with 3,718 offences; May with 1,645 offences; and June with 5,220 offences.Finally in this third quarter (July to September), there were 16,681 offences: July with 4,811 offences; August with 6,344 offences; and September with 5,Wholesale China Jerseys,526 offences.Types of offencesMeanwhile,Wholesale NFL Jerseys, speeding continues to be the leading traffic offence made out by the police. At the end of September, speeding was eight times the second highest leading traffic offence and 53 times the lowest occurring offence.According to the police data, there were 17,582 speeding offences at the end of September. This figure represents 40 percent of the total 43,071 cases made out by the GPF.Speeding also showed the biggest increase in September from August’s statistics. In August, the police stated that there were 15,640 speeding offenses at the end of that month. This figure increased by 1,NFL Jerseys China,942 cases by September month-end. The second highest increase was for the driving under the influence of alcohol offence, which increased by 415 cases from the end of August.Speeding was also noted as the leading cause of road deaths in Guyana. For the year, the police say that there were 76 accidents resulting in 90 road deaths. Of these 76 accidents, 36 were caused by speeding. Thus, speeding accounted for 47 percent of road deaths.After speeding, inattentiveness was the second leading cause with 24 of the 76 deaths, approximately 32 percent. Furthermore, driving under the influence of alcohol accounted for 11 deaths while failure to conform to road signs resulted in two deaths. Additionally, error of judgment resulted in two deaths while breach of traffic light signal resulted in a death.After speeding, the police recorded overloaded minibuses as the most occurring offence. This offence, which recorded 2,200 cases at the end of September, accounted for five percent of the total issued offences. More specifically, 245 cases were made out for this offence in September.The breach of condition of road service licenses/music offence was also approximately four percent of the total cases with 1,801 at the end of September as compared to 1,564 cases at the end of August.Other offences recorded at the end of September included driving under the influence of alcohol (1,666 cases), failure to wear seatbelts (1,156 cases), breaches of traffic light signals (736 cases) and use of cell phones while driving (489 cases).Meanwhile, officials believe that traffic offences are entirely avoidable and therefore the responsibility rests largely with the drivers. This is similar to the belief of the Guyana National Road Safety Council (GNRSC) which has, for years, been calling for a change in attitudes when it comes to road use.In a recent interview, Ramona Doorgen of the GNRSC said, “Addressing attitudes when it comes to road use is the main problem.” She had stressed that road users, whether they were drivers or pedestrians, needed to understand how to properly use the road. She added that even though there is a reduction in the number of fatal accidents recorded by the police, even a single death is one too many.The GPF indicated that at the end of September there was an 18 percent drop in fatal accidents when compared to the same period last year while there was an 11 percent drop in road deaths.Meanwhile, the GPF and the GNRSC are preparing for National Road Safety Month,Wholesale China Jerseys, which kicks off in a few weeks. This year, the month will be observed under the theme, “Be Wise, Stay Alive, Stop Speeding, Don’t Drive and Drive”.As part of the month, there will be a series of activities, training programmes and seminars in various regions.National Road Safety Month will kick off in the first week of November with special focus being placed on the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, which will be held on November 15.
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