§ Peter Bottomley
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many(a) road use related crime victims and (b) non-road use related crime victims there were in the last year For which figures are available. 
§ Caroline Flint
In Great Britain in 2002, 3,431 people were killed in road traffic incidents, 35,976 were seriously injured and 263,198 were slightly injured. A proportion of these would have involved serious motoring offences such as Careless Driving, Dangerous Driving and Causing Death by Dangerous Driving.
Information is not available on the number of victims of other forms of road use related crime, such as unauthorised taking of a motor vehicle and aggravated vehicle taking or on victims of any other types of criminal offence. However, police recorded crime statistics for 2002–03 show that out of a total of 5,899,450 offences, a range of incidents related specifically to road use, as detailed in the table.
Offence Number of Dangerous driving 7,551 Aggravated vehicle taking 11,530 Theft from a vehicle 658,740 Vehicle interference and tampering 91,653 Criminal damage to a vehicle 428,110 Theft or unauthorised taking of a motor vehicle 305,654 Total 1,503,238
The remaining 4,396,212 recorded offences related largely to non-road use crime.