Neighboring ROADPOL Forces

Helping Ukrainians In Crisis 

 

Lithuania Police Escort Lithuanian patrol car, sporting Lithuanian and Ukrainian flags, escorting a convoy.                                                                                 PHOTO: POLICIJA.LRV.LT14 МАR - ROADPOL forces in states neighboring or close to Ukraine have been strongly affected by the raging war and its consequences.

From Finland in the north to Bulgaria in the south road police units have been actively engaged with activities directly or collaterally caused by the conflict and the growing refugee crisis resulting from it.

2022 ROADPOL Speed Marathon

To Be Conducted On March 24th

 

CROP Italy Speed MarathonPHOTO: POLIZIADISTATO.ITThe 2022 ROADPOL Speed Marathon is to be carried out on March 24th.

The annual flagship enforcement event of the European Roads Policing Network will be performed by Road Police forces across Europe for a period of complete 24 hours. The ROADPOL Speed Marathon takes place within the 7-day Operation Speed (21-27 March).

ROADPOL and ETSC Setting Up Free

Events On Road Safety Enforcement

 

Eesti politseiPHOTO: POLITSEI.EE25 FEB - ROADPOL and the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) are teaming up to organize two complementary online events on road safety enforcement.

The events are scheduled to be run on the 16th of March.

ROADPOL, EVU, DEKRA

Call For Access To

Vehicles-of-the-future Data

 

 

FMRcWUTXwAQBP35Connected and automated vehicles are increasingly to become the new norm in the automotive industry. PHOTO: DEKRAROADPOL, the European Association for Accident Research and Analysis (EVU) and the global leader in vehicle inspection, DEKRA, are calling for extending of data access to connected and automated vehicles.

Fake Speed Cameras Mounted

In А Pranky Social Experiment

 

273745189 309339451230195 7928750237778062478 nDespite not even being turned on, the cameras made a great impact. PHOTO: POLICE LITHUANIA

16 FEB - Fake speed cameras were installed at different locations in Kaunas, Lithuania, as part of a weird social prank.

The outdated and deactivated control devices were found out when police patrol teams came across them while circling through residential areas of the country's second largest city.