Much of the data held by the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership is published on our Data Portal.  For help on how to use the data portal, please look out for the information button on each page.


Camera Map

The Camera Map shows the location of fixed, mobile and red-light cameras in Sussex.  As well as providing the location of cameras in Sussex, clicking on a camera will bring up details of the camera itself, casualty data, baseline data for sites installed under our core criteria, and speed and offence data for locations with fixed cameras.

Please note that while the map is regularly updated, exceptional sites that are visited on a one-off basis or as part of a wider project may not be shown.


Operation Crackdown

The Operation Crackdown data is split into two sections:

Report charts – Charts showing a breakdown of Operation Crackdown within various categories, such as the type of antisocial behaviour reported, actions taken and the age and sex of the driver.  These charts can be broken down to local authority, district and parish level.

Report map – Shows the location of Operation Crackdown reports within the last 12 months.  Clicking on a report will bring up further details, and a group of reports can be selected using the rectangle tool.



As with Operation Crackdown, the collision data is split into two sections:

Casualty chart – The casualty chart shows monthly data going back to 2008.  Data can be filtered down to local authority or district level and additional filters for casualty severity and priority groups can also be applied.  Data can be shown as either actual figures or a rolling 3 year average, and can also be plotted by population size.  Below the chart, you will find a table displaying the numbers shown.

Collision map – Shows collisions over the most recently available 5 year period.  By default, the map shows data for the last 3 years, however, the date filters can be used to display any period from within the last 5 years.  The severity filter can be applied, for example to show fatal and serious collisions only.  Clicking on a collision will bring up further details, such as date, time and number of casualties, while the rectangle tool can be used to select a group of collisions.


Additional Collision Data Requests

If you require collision data in addition to that available through the data portal, you will need to complete and return a Collision Data Request Form.  Sussex Police charge a standard fee of £120 plus VAT* for the provision of this data, with reports being delivered within 10 working days of submission of the form.

The below table sets out the options available, and what is included.  If you require anything in addition to the standard report, please contact us before completing the request form, so that we can advise whether this is possible, and if it will incur any additional charge.



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£120 plus VAT*

Data period

Most recent** 5 years

2005 – most recent**

2005 – most recent**

Delivery time

(self service)

 10 working days

10 working days

Collision location

Collision severity

Collision date


Collision time


Number of casualties


Number of fatalities


Number of serious injuries


Number of slight injuries


Light conditions



Weather conditions



Road surface conditions



Road names/numbers



Speed limit



Vehicles types involved



Driver age



Vehicle directions and manoeuvres



Casualty class (i.e. driver, passenger, pedestrian)



Casualty age



Casualty sex



Contributory factors



Collision description



* The fee of £120 plus VAT applies to our basic service.  Should you require any additional services, for example an exceptionally large or complex area, or details not covered by our standard report, further costs may be incurred.  If this is the case, we will advise you prior to proceeding with your request.

** Most recent data may be up to 2 months old


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