A charity says traffic police cuts in the region could mean drink and drug drivers get away with it.
Traffic police numbers in Yorkshire have dropped on average by twenty four per cent between two thousand and eight and two thousand and twelve. Charity Brake says lives could be lost.
Overall, between 2008 and 2012 traffic police officers across Great Britain decreased by 12 per cent.
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