HC Deb 15 May 1935 vol 301 cc1703-4
32. Sir J. POWER

asked the Minister of Transport whether, in the next report on fatal road accidents, it is intended to incorporate, so far as may be possible, the views of the chief officers of police as to the effect on road safety of the various reforms recently instituted by his Department?


The statistical report to which my hon. Friend refers is intended to show the circumstances in which fatal accidents occurred. The results of particular safety measures are under constant observation by officers of my Department, who are in frequent consultation with the chief officers of police through the Home Office.

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