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A progressive penalty system encompasses heavier or more far-reaching sanctions being imposed as one commits more offences. A progressive penalty system is often called a progressive fines system if it involves increasingly higher financial penalties (fines), but (other) recidivism schemes such as demerit points systems can also be seen as a progressive penalty systems.

This fact sheet discusses the development of the number of serious road injuries in the Netherlands. Internationally, serious road injuries are defined as persons having sustained injuries in a road crash, whose injuries have a maximum severity of 3 on the medical injury scale AIS (MAIS3+).

Published: (Baseline project, Vias institute) | Boets, S.; Schumacher, M.; Stelling, A.; Jankowska-Karpa, D.; Pavlou, D.
Published: (Baseline project, Vias institute) | Van den Berghe, W.; Nuyttens, N.; Segui Gomez, M.; Bijleveld, F.; Weijermars, W.
Published: (Baseline project, Vias institute) | Van den Berghe, W.; Daniels, S.; Dragomanovits, T.; Schermers, G.; Irzik, M.
Published: (Baseline project, Vias institute) | Broek, B. van den; Bijleveld, F.; Aarts, L.; Bos, N.
Published: (European Commission) | Gebhard, S.; Nabavi Niaki, M.; Schermers, G.; Goldenbeld, C.; Chaudhry, A.
Published: (Baseline project, Vias institute) | Teuchies, M.; Vadeby, A.; Van Schagen, I.; Riguelle, F.; Tutka, P.
Published: | Van den Berghe, W.; Silverans, P.; Boudry, E.; Aarts, L.; Bijleveld, F.; Folla, K.; Yannis, G.
Published: (Kennisnetwerk SPV) | SWOV; CROW