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Hartlepool - The town has seen drops in drug crime, robbery and theft of motor vehicle incidents over the year but rises in burglary and other theft.
Gant, (1) in which the Court announced new, narrow rules as to when law enforcement officers properly may search the passenger compartment of a motor vehicle incident to the arrest of one of its occupants.
According to the Safe Kids Coalition, each year an estimated 2,446 children, ages 14 years and under, die in a motor vehicle incident.
0849378591 Forensic medical investigation of motor vehicle incidents.
BENEFITS This intervention resulted in economic benefits in the form of reduced hospital and emergency department use, fewer criminal and legal events, and fewer motor vehicle incidents (crashes, violations, and related arrests).
Among unintentional injuries, drowning is the second leading cause of death to this age group after motor vehicle incidents.
According to the NIBRS data, the total number of arrestees in 1999 for motor vehicle incidents where only one vehicle was stolen was 9,291.
Study Results: During a 2010 EnCana study to monitor a fleet of vehicles used in the oil and gas industry, driver report card participants reduced rapid starts by 40 percent, speeding was 45 percent lower than the EnCana average, and most compelling the study saw a 49 percent reduction in motor vehicle incidents.