Road casualty figures

2016 road casualty figures in Hampshire

Hampshire Constabulary records the details of all road traffic collisions in their area resulting in injuries.

We use information from these reports to identify road safety problems or concerns, identify remedial measures and monitor casualty trends.

Summary of annual casualty figures
Year Fatal Serious KSI Slight Total
2011 35 634 669 2871 3540
2012 24 573 597 2730 3327
2013 42 581 623 2438 3061
2014 30 648 678 2417 3095
2015 22 610 632 2392 3024
2016 34 607 641  2415 3056

KSI - Killed or seriously injured

 In 2016 there were a total of 2490 accidents on Hampshire roads. This does not include motorway and trunk roads, and the cities of Southampton, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight.

There were 3056 casualties of which:

  • 641 road users were killed or seriously injured
  • 45 of the 641 figure were children under the age of 16
Our targets

We aim to improve road safety through targeted measures that deliver reductions in casualties.

Our targets are to:

  • reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured (KSI) by 20% from the 2004 to 2008 average by 2020
  • reduce the number of children killed or seriously by 20% from the 2004 to 2008 average by 2020

Casualties by class
Vehicles involved in casualty reports (not including pedestrians)
Child casualties
Child casualties by age and class
Child casualties by district and class
Older persons casualties
Over 60's age group by class and district
Pedestrian casualties
Pedestrian casualties by age group and district
Pedestrian casualties by age
Car driver casualties
Car driver casualties by district
Driver casualties by age
Young driver casualties
Young drivers by district
Powered two wheeler casualties
Motorcycles, mopeds and scooter rider casualties by age
Powered two wheeler casualties by district
Pedal cycle casualties
Pedal cycle casualties by district