§ Sir Hector Monro
asked the Solicitor-General for Scotland how many road users have been prosecuted in the latest convenient year for exceeding the speed limit; and how many cases used evidence obtained (a) by radar gun, (b) by stop watch and (c) by trailing by police car, respectively.
§ The Solicitor-General for Scotland
Provisional figures for 1984 indicate that 5,692 persons were proceeded against for speeding offences. As I have previously indicated, no figures are separately kept of the means used to detect motorists committing speeding offences.