Documentary series following the traffic police as they enforce the law on some of Britain's busiest and most dangerous roads. In the fight against crime the latest weapon the cops have are headcams, tiny cameras which record everything Yorkshire's Regional Roads Crime Team see and allow officers to gather evidence as they work.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Traffic Cops - Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 - Netflix
The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 is an Act of the Parliament of India which regulates all aspects of road transport vehicles. The Act came into force from 1 July 1989. It replaced Motor Vehicles Act, 1939 which earlier replaced the first such enactment Motor Vehicles Act, 1914. The Act provides in detail the legislative provisions regarding licensing of drivers/conductors, registration of motor vehicles, control of motor vehicles through permits, special provisions relating to state transport undertakings, traffic regulation, insurance, liability, offences and penalties, etc. For exercising the legislative provisions of the Act, the Government of India made the Central Motor Vehicles Rules 1989.
Traffic Cops - Indian Motor Vehicles Acts, from 1914-2016 - Netflix
The “Indian Motor Vehicles Act, 1914” was amended by the “Indian Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 1920” (Act No. XXVII of 1920) passed by the Imperial Legislative Council. It received assent from the Governor General of India on 2 September 1920. The Act amended sections 11 and 18 of the 1914 Act. The Act was amended again by the “Indian Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 1924” (Act No. XV of 1924). The Act received assent from the Governor General on 18 September 1924. It had the title, “An Act further to amend the Indian Motor Vehicles Act, 1914, for certain purposes” and amended section 11 of the 1914 Act by inserting the words “and the duration for which” after the words “area in which” in clause (a) of subsection (2) of section 11. The motor vehicle act has again been amended in 2016.
Traffic Cops - References - Netflix