Demerit infringements related to blocking/giving way to pedestrian

David Roos made this Official Information request to New Zealand Police

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From: David Roos

Dear New Zealand Police,

I am a resident of Auckland centra and I’m seeking details on the issuing of demerit points with regards to particular infringements. I’m specifically interested in the total number of each that have resulted in demerit points being issued.

I am seeking this information for Auckland, as well as specifically for the area within post code 1010.

The specific infringements in questions are listed below are below and wording is taken from NZTA at https://www.nzta.govt.nz/driver-licences... with the relevant legislation alongside in brackets.

1. Driver fails to give way at pedestrian crossing (Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004, 10.1 (1)(a) )
2. Driver enters pedestrian crossing when passage blocked (Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004, 10.1 (2) )
3. Driver of vehicle fails to give way to pedestrian on shared zone (Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004, 10.2 (1) )
4. Driver fails to give way to road user on footpath when entering/exiting driveway (Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004, 4.4 (1) )

Yours faithfully,
David Roos

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From: WRIGHT-MCCARTHY, Hannah
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Dear David

 

I refer to your Official Information Act request received by New Zealand
Police on 3 February 2019, for the following information:

 

“I am a resident of Auckland centra  and I’m seeking details on the
issuing of demerit points with regards to particular infringements. I’m
specifically interested in the total number of each that have resulted in
demerit points being issued.

I am seeking this information for Auckland, as well as specifically for
the area within post code 1010.

The specific infringements in questions are listed below are below and
wording is taken from NZTA at
[1]https://www.nzta.govt.nz/driver-licences...
with the relevant legislation alongside in brackets.

1. Driver fails to give way at pedestrian crossing (Land Transport (Road
User) Rule 2004, 10.1 (1)(a) )
2. Driver enters pedestrian crossing when passage blocked (Land Transport
(Road User) Rule 2004, 10.1 (2) )
3. Driver of vehicle fails to give way to pedestrian on shared zone (Land
Transport (Road User) Rule 2004, 10.2 (1) )
4. Driver fails to give way to road user on footpath when entering/exiting
driveway (Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004, 4.4 (1) )”

 

This information is not held by Police and is more closely connected to
the information obtained by the New Zealand Transport Agency.

I am therefore transferring your request to the New Zealand Transport
Agency pursuant to  Section 14 of the Official Information Act 1982.

 

Ngâ mihi

 

Hannah Wright-McCarthy

Ministerial Services Advisor

Police National Headquarters

 

E [email address]

 

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Dear David

 

This email acknowledges your below request for information made under the
Official Information Act 1982.

 

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14 March 2019.

 

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From: WRIGHT-MCCARTHY, Hannah <[email address]>
Sent: Thursday, 14 February 2019 10:50 AM
To: '[FOI #9506 email]'
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Subject: Official Correspondence from New Zealand Police

 

Dear David

 

I refer to your Official Information Act request received by New Zealand
Police on 3 February 2019, for the following information:

 

“I am a resident of Auckland centra  and I’m seeking details on the
issuing of demerit points with regards to particular infringements. I’m
specifically interested in the total number of each that have resulted in
demerit points being issued.

I am seeking this information for Auckland, as well as specifically for
the area within post code 1010.

The specific infringements in questions are listed below are below and
wording is taken from NZTA at
[6]https://www.nzta.govt.nz/driver-licences...
with the relevant legislation alongside in brackets.

1. Driver fails to give way at pedestrian crossing (Land Transport (Road
User) Rule 2004, 10.1 (1)(a) )
2. Driver enters pedestrian crossing when passage blocked (Land Transport
(Road User) Rule 2004, 10.1 (2) )
3. Driver of vehicle fails to give way to pedestrian on shared zone (Land
Transport (Road User) Rule 2004, 10.2 (1) )
4. Driver fails to give way to road user on footpath when entering/exiting
driveway (Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004, 4.4 (1) )”

 

This information is not held by Police and is more closely connected to
the information obtained by the New Zealand Transport Agency.

I am therefore transferring your request to the New Zealand Transport
Agency pursuant to  Section 14 of the Official Information Act 1982.

 

Ngâ mihi

 

Hannah Wright-McCarthy

Ministerial Services Advisor

Police National Headquarters

 

E [7][email address]

 

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