"Second Jeju Carnival Assault"… Police crack down 100 days
The number of violent and retaliatory drivings received by the police from January to July this year was 5,255 and 3,047 respectively. Compared to the same period last year, violent violent driving was 51.0% and retaliatory driving was 16.
▲ Jeju Carnival Assault
In order to eradicate violent and retaliatory driving, which has recently emerged as a social issue, police are intensively cracking down.
The number of violent and retaliatory drivings received by the police from January to July this year was 5,255 and 3,047 respectively.
Compared to the same period last year, violent driving increased by 51.0% and retaliatory driving by 16.2%.
As the number of violent retaliation and retaliatory driving, which can lead to such serious traffic accidents, has increased dramatically, the police will be cracking down on 100 days starting from the 9th of next month.
Starting tomorrow (26th), we will carry out two weeks of public relations and planning activities.
The police also crack down on `` turning lights '' that cause traffic accidents or retaliation.
In fact, during the crackdown that took place from February 15, 2016 to the end of March, more than half (50.3%) of 502 retaliatory driving reports resulted from excessive interruptions and lane changes that resulted in unturned turn signals. Appeared.
In addition, in traffic related public welfare report that police received for three years from last 2016, uneven lights accounted for 17.3%.
The police said they plan to invest in spy collection of illegal information, such as sharing videos of speeding and violent driving or conspiring to runaway.
The police are also actively investigating arrests, seizure, or confiscation of vehicles in the event of serious damage or a high probability of a second offense.
It is easy to report and report violent and retaliatory driving.
The National Police Agency plans to establish a window dedicated to reporting violent and retaliatory driving in the 'Smart National Report' application.