Author: John Guinn

Motorists urged: Be deer aware

Figures collated from various studies suggest at least there could be some 400 people injured in deer-related collisions each year, and potentially around 20 people killed.

At this time of year, deer collisions peak as many of the animals cross roads seeking new territories. The highest risk of collisions is between sunset and midnight, and the hours shortly before and after sunrise.

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Cranfield University’s ‘first-of-its-kind’ motion sickness study

A first-of-its-kind study taking place at Cranfield University will attempt to develop a mathematical model for motion sickness that will help stop people becoming ill when travelling in autonomous vehicles.

Medical studies shows that, due to the way in which the human brain works, motion sickness will be more of a widespread issue in self-driving vehicles than it currently is for drivers and passengers in conventional, self-powered vehicles.

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PCC calls for more protection for frontline officers after TV documentary

Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Kathryn Holloway, is backing the Force’s front-line police officers following the broadcast of Channel 5’s “Police Code Zero: Officer Under Attack” – featuring an incident involving two Bedfordshire officers – as figures show that on average in the UK a police officer is attacked every 20 minutes.

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