Phase 2 of the Queensland Christmas Road Safety Campaign commences at 0001 hrs on Tuesday, 23 December 2014 and continues until 2359 hrs on Saturday, 3 January 2015. This is part of a National Road Safety Operation entitled “Operation Crossroads”.
During the Christmas Holiday Period, Queensland Police will enforce high risk road user behaviour including the fatal five: speeding, fatigue, impaired driving (drink and drug), failure to wear a seat belt and distraction/inattention in a concerted effort to minimise road trauma.
|For the 24 hour period to midnight: Friday, 26 December 2014||2013/14 Daily total||Progressive 2013/14 Total||2014/15 Daily Total||Progressive 2014/15 Total|
|Fatal Traffic Incidents||0||0||0||0|
|Injury Traffic Incidents||24||107||13||56|
Alcohol and Drug Testing
|Random Breath Tests Performed (RBT)||17,472||53,797||8,225||36,855|
|Roadside Drug Tests Performed (RDT)||105||273||46||154|
|Drug Driving Roadside positive tests (yet to be analysed)||6||14||4||19|
|* Speed Camera Detections||1,880||8,411||1,684||7,895|
|* Speeding (Other)||794||2,785||680||2,451|
|* Seat Belts||45||167||24||111|
|* Mobile Phone Offences||35||205||27||195|
|* Other Offences||672||2,408||681||2,247|
Total Offences (infringements)
|2013/14 comparative period: 23/12/13 to 03/01/14|
Highest Speed: 164 in 100 zone, Dayboro Road, Kurwongbah
Highest exceed speed limit: as above
Highest UIL: UIL 0.198% Newtown
If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.
You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.