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"They are a flawed road safety policy and the only way to truly improve that is with more traffic police officers on the roads." She added: "I am glad there are only 52% working - and we'd actually like to see less." Neil Greig, spokesman for the charity IAM Road Smart, which campaigns to make roads safer by improving driver and rider skills, said it believed all speed cameras should be active.
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West Yorkshire-based road safety charity Brake described the figures as concerning and called for all cameras to be switched on, while AA president Edmund King said the high number of inactive cameras was down to pressure on budgets.
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ONLY a quarter of fixed speed cameras in West Yorkshire are actually switched on and catching offenders, new figures have revealed.