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This map includes injury related collisions reported to/recorded by the police.
Staffordshire Safer Road Partnership’s collision information is Stats19 data provided by Staffordshire Police; it only includes collisions recorded by the Police that occurred on a highway, involved one or more vehicles and resulted in human death or personal injury. It only includes collisions that were notified to the Police within 30 days of occurrence.
This web application displays collisions in Staffordshire.
Collision data published on
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