Details of the casualties that occurred on roads in the partnership area in 2017.
The annual casualty report shows what has been achieved in road traffic casualty reduction within our area, as well as detailed analysis of casualty trends within each local authority district.
The analysis in the report will help road safety professionals to decide what they need to do to prevent road deaths and injuries in the future.
Details of casualties that occurred on roads in the partnership area in 2017:
- 36 people were killed
- 328 people were badly hurt
- 1,758 people slightly hurt
A full breakdown of the casualty figures for 2017 is attached to this page.
The partnership uses crash figures to help it work out where to concentrate its efforts. The partnership's current priorities are:
- young drivers
- people who drive for work
Older car drivers of 60 years and over and adult pedal cyclists are already priorities for Derbyshire County Council and the partnership supports these priorities.