Letters | Hong Kong traffic crashes reveal gaps in police enforcement
- Traffic police prefer to locate their speed entrapment units with radar guns on open highways
- Few, if any, speed enforcement operations are conducted on our downtown streets.
This serious omission is glaring and contrasts with cities in the Western world, where speed and traffic lane enforcement cameras are often used to catch offending drivers. The police traffic division needs a complete management shake-up.
If it does not have the officers with the knowledge, ability and resolve to implement traffic control and enforcement measures using camera surveillance, it should send staff to be trained in the mainland.
P. A. Crush, Discovery Bay