Victoria Police has released final numbers for the Easter long weekend's Operation Crossroads, which saw nearly 5000 motorists caught speeding. Beginning last Thursday and ending at midnight on Monday, the operation tallied a total of 12,722 traffic offences across the state. Among them, 220 disqualified and 429 unlicensed drivers were booked, while 4767 motorists were caught speeding.
VICTORIAN MOTORISTS clocked up more than 14,000 driving offences over the five-day Easter period, according to figures releases by Victoria Police today. Lead-footed drivers continue to be the biggest offenders, with a full 5285 spe... Read Post
Victoria Police's Operation Halo has so far recorded 3943 offences this month, with motorists making up the bulk of the penalties issued. Launched earlier this month and running through to the end of February, the campaign is focusi... Read Post