check Statistics released by the Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service has indicated that court fines on motor traffic offences raked in about GH¢3,324,614 within a period of three years (2011 to 2013).
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According to him, out of the number of cases sent to court in 2011, 4,468 drivers were convicted, another 2,851 were convicted in 2012 while 4,388 suffered conviction in 2013.
The number of drivers who were awaiting trial stood at 800 in 2011, 547 in 2012 and 482 in 2013.
Chief Superintendent Fosu-Ackaah said in 2011, there was a total of 8,295 cases of accidents reported countrywide. However, in 2012 the number reduced to 5,399 but shot up again to 7,401 in 2013.
He said cases which were under investigation in 2011 were 1,204, while 847 and 1,291 were for 2012 and 2013 respectively.
Six hundred and seventy bench warrants were issued for the arrest of drivers in 2011, 292 in 2012, and 368 in 2013.
According to the statistics, seven drivers went to jail in 2011, six in 2012, and 11 in 2013, while 898 were issued with warning letters in 2011, 734 in 2012, and 685 in 2013.
The number of discharged drivers were 250 in 2011, 122 in 2012 and 181 in 2013, he stated.