Left on the Side of the Road? A Review of Deterrence-Based Theoretical Developments in Road Safety

  • Published 2015

Abstract

Deterrence-based initiatives form a cornerstone of many road safety countermeasures. This approach is informed by Classical Deterrence Theory, which proposes that individuals will be deterred from committing offences if they fear the perceived consequences of the act, especially the perceived certainty, severity and swiftness of sanctions. While deterrence… (More)

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@inproceedings{2015LeftOT, title={Left on the Side of the Road? A Review of Deterrence-Based Theoretical Developments in Road Safety}, author={}, year={2015} }