An examination of target-driven performance on Merseyside Police's Roads Policing Department's ability to reduce collisions resulting in death or serious injury

Research Institution / Organisation

Liverpool Hope University

Principal Researcher

Craig Arnold

Level of Research

Masters

Project Start Date

October 2017

Research Context

​The aim is to examine the effect of 'targets' on pro-active enforcement and subsequently the ability of the Roads Policing Department to reduce collisions resulting in death or serious injury (KSI collisions).

Research Methodology

​Semi-structured interviews with a range of internal staff.

Interim reports and publications

​Not available

Date due for completion

October 2018
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