Don Rosenberg today released a white paper addressing traffic safety issues in Los Angeles in which he details what needs to be done to make our streets safer.
As Southern California's population continues to grow, traffic safety becomes more of a concern for the public and law enforcement officers. The white paper addresses distracted drivers, unlicensed drivers, intoxicated drivers, road rage, and speeding which are all contributing to an immense traffic safety crisis in Los Angeles. The paper recommends strategies improving traffic safety.
The paper reveals a startling fact; hit and run accidents are four times the national average in Los Angeles. While nationally 11% of all police reported crashes involve a hit-and-run collision, in Los Angeles, 44% of all traffic collisions are due to hit-and-runs according LAPD data analyzed.
Read more at City Watch