ROADPOL Targeting Summer Travel

By Safe Holiday Operation


LPD00057 2 1 namalena                           RVs and vehicle-caravan combinations will be among the targeted at controls. PHOTO: POLIZEI.RLP.DE21 JUN - ROADPOL Safe Holiday Operation will be carried out for another summer throughout Europe in the coming July and August.

The traditional operation is run under the auspices of ROADPOL member Guardia Civil with the Spanish law enforcement service responsible for shaping up the strategy and methodology of the planned synchronized inspections.

Slovakia Set To Join ROADPOL


SlovakiaMrs. Zsinkai handing Mr. Vrabel copies of ROADPOL Statute and Constitution with Mr. Kral and Mr. Suba (right) present. PHOTO: ROADPOL21 JUN - Slovakia is firmly set to join ROADPOL with all hopes on the country being part of the network as soon as ROADPOL’s 2023 Autumn Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria in September.

The news broke after a meeting in Bratislava at which ROADPOL President Mrs. Elvira Zsinkai and her assistant Mr. Istvan Suba were welcomed by Director of Traffic Police Department of Slovakia Mr. Tomáš Vrábel, Director of Office of International Police Cooperation Mrs. Lucia Szlobodova and Mr. Slavomir Král, senior police officer at the Department of Road Safety and Traffic Crashes.

Truck Violation Rate

Solid, Operation Shows


Slovenia1112 JUN - Truck violation rate stays solid, results of latest ROADPOL Truck&Bus Operation show.

From 8th to 14th May 2023, the Europe-wide ROADPOL Control Week "Truck and Bus” took place, the second of this year, which focuses on the control of commercial goods and passenger transport.

ROADPOL Teaches Tachograph

To Officers From 15 Countries


116The masterclass seminar was opened at the Croatian Police Academy. PHOTOS: MUP.HR19 MAY - ROADPOL educated police officers of 15 member countries on truck control and technical inspections.

The lectures were given at a recent international seminar held May 8-12th in Zagreb in cooperation with the Croatian Ministry of Interior.

ROADPOL Taking Fight For

Automated Vehicle Data Access

To Top of EU


333926835 1385826562196131 6424725505816816148 n       Crash investigations are in danger if police have no access to in-vehicle data of automated cars. PHOTO: POLITIA.RO16 MAY - ROADPOL is taking its fight to allowing automated vehicle data access to police authorities for the sake of comprehensible road crash investigations up to the highest authorities in the EU.

Together with the European Association for Accident Research and Analysis, EVU, and the global leader in vehicle inspection, DEKRA, the European Roads Policing Network is urgently calling on the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, to act on specific legislation in the field of the automated vehicles of the future.