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Thirdly, post-1945 Britain, which will be examined in Chapter 4, saw the continuation of motor patrolling, road safety education and many other developments of the 1930s, but also the subcontracting, and reallocation of police responsibilities. Under the Trafﬁc Act of 1960, for instance, the police were instructed to appoint trafﬁc wardens and senior trafﬁc wardens to assume responsibility for checking on parking meters, as part of the process of engineering the new urban landscape. 1900–1970 43 cities and towns.
In the ﬁrst seventy years of the twentieth century the three Es of policing strategy evolved slowly to ensure that British roads became safer for all road users. Though they probably emerged in a slow and pragmatic manner in the minds of senior police ofﬁcers they are particularly associated with, H. Alker Tripp, Metropolitan Assistant Commissioner B, in charge of Metropolitan trafﬁc policing from 1932 to 1947. 64 In this paper, Tripp stressed that whilst murders in England and Wales averaged about 100 per year in the 1930s deaths on the road averaged about 6,300 per year.
14 Luckin’s research has suggested that child death rates began to rise and become a cause of concern in the 1920s and 1930s, which was ampliﬁed during the early years of the Second World War, which saw the militaristic-type Kerb Drill (HALT, eyes right, eyes left, . 15 Luckin thus maintains that, whilst there is not necessarily a direct correlation between road trafﬁc and child road deaths – since the relationship is mediated by cultural attitudes and because children do not always do what they are told – the fact is that road safety education and directives created new and restricted landscapes for the child.