REPORTED CASUALTY STATISTICS 2010
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Reports
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1651 Greater Manchester Reported Road Casualty Statistics 2010 - Main report  
1652 Greater Manchester Reported Road Casualty Statistics 2010 - Countywide Tabulations Excel logo 1.9Mb November 2011
1653 Greater Manchester Reported Road Casualty Statistics 2010 District tabulations and comparisons

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1653 Greater Manchester Reported Road Casualty Statistics 2010 District tabulations and comparisons data

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Factsheets
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Greater Manchester KSI casualties October 2008 - September 2011 factsheet pdf format 109Kb March 2012
District by district KSI casualties October 2008 - September 2011 factsheet pdf format 533Kb March 2012
Vision 2020 - Greater Manchester KSI casualties October 2010 - September 2011 factsheet pdf format 89Kb March 2012
Vision 2020 - District by district KSI casualties October 2010 - September 2011 factsheet pdf format 336Kb March 2012
Comparison Of Reported Casualty Statistics In Greater Manchester And Great Britain, July 2009 To June 2010 & July 2010 To June 2011 pdf format 64Kb March 2012
Greater Manchester KSI casualties July 2008 - June 2011 factsheet pdf format 100Kb September 2011
District by district KSI casualties July 2008 - June 2011 factsheet pdf format 462Kb September 2011
Vision 2020 - Greater Manchester KSI casualties July 2010 - June 2011 factsheet pdf format 69Kb September 2011
Vision 2020 - District by district KSI casualties July 2010 - June 2011 factsheet pdf format 189Kb September 2011
Comparison Of Reported Casualty Statistics In Greater Manchester And Great Britain, April 2009 To March 2010 & April 2010 To March 2011 pdf format 47Kb September 2011
District by district LTP2 KSI casualties - March 2011 factsheet
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June 2011
Greater Manchester LTP2 KSI casualties - March 2011 factsheet
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June 2011


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Why 'reported' road accidents and casualties?
Very few, if any, fatal accidents do not become known to the police. However, it has long been known that a considerable proportion of non-fatal injury accidents are not reported. The Department for Transport have changed the titles of all of their publications to more closely reflect this, and we have decided to do the same locally. We therefore now refer to ‘reported’ accidents or casualties to make clear that there may be other road accidents and casualties that are not known to us.