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I understand I can go on a course instead of a fine or having points on my licence. Is this correct?

The aim of cameras is to reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on our roads.  We prefer to educate drivers rather than punish them with fines and penalty points.  An accredited course is available in certain circumstances, and is far more likely to improve driver behaviour and consequently make our roads safer.  Courses are available to drivers who respond quickly to the Notices and who were driving at no more than 10% +9 miles per hour above the posted speed limit.  If there is a delay in identifying the driver, a course is unlikely to be offered.

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Offence numbers and casualty figures for 2016 04Sep

Offence numbers and casualty figures for 2016

Crash casualty and offence data has been published by the Kent & Medway Safety Camera Partnership

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