ROADPOL President Honors World Day of Remembrance

 

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20 NOV - ROADPOL President Volker Orben honored the upcoming World Day of Remembrance by sending a clear message to violating drivers.

ROADPOL President of Honour Explores

New Road Policing Concept In Fresh Book

 

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19 NOV - A new citizen-centered system of implementing road safety is the subject of ROADPOL President of Honour Paolo Cestra's new book.

French Gendarmerie Sets Up Full

Diversion Against Alcohol, Drugs

 

OAD GGD91 536240 drunk and 11 drugged drivers were caught in a large-scale enforcement operation by our colleagues of Gendarmerie nationale.

The operation was carried out by the Essonne department road traffic division during a November weekend on the N20 – a major road carrying traffic between Paris and the Franco-Spanish border. The gendarmes from several units diverted the whole flow of vehicles to carry out checks - in particular of alcohol level and narcotics.

Slovenian Police Gets

Its First Hybrid Power

 

4160e655ff0d734592ac 62648414 17 NOV - Slovenian police received 56 new vehicles, 51 of which hybrid for the first time in its history.

Police officers got the keys to 41 Toyota Corolla Hybrid special patrol vehicles (10 of which not owned by police, but operationally leased) and 10 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid civilian special vehicles. Also, 5 standard Toyota Landcruiser special off-road patrol vehicles were handed to the police at a special ceremony held at the Police Academy in Ljubljana.

Supply Chain Crisis

Shoots Up Truck Violations

 

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16 NOV 2021 - The surge in demand for commercial road transportation after the peak of the pandemic has dramatically affected the violations rate in the trucking sector in Europe, results of latest ROADPOL Truck&Bus Operations show.

Despite the great attention that many police forces still have to devote to the Covid-19 pandemic, 19 European countries nevertheless took part in the October operation. During the enforcement activities 197.274 trucks and 111.545 buses were checked overall. As a result 77.386 violations were found (trucks: 69.453, buses: 7.933). In 1166 cases the onward journey had to be prohibited until the proper condition of the vehicles or load had been restored, thereof 1.159 trucks and 17 buses.