ROADPOL Alcohol&Drugs Operation

Back At Full Throttle With Pandemic End


OAD GGD91 5223PHOTO: GENDARMERIE.FR12 JAN - ROADPOL Alcohol&Drugs operation is back at full throttle after the end of the pandemic with a sharp 75% increase in number of inspected drivers compared to 12 months ago.

The latest enforcement action was carried out throughout Europe 5-11 December 2022 targeting a period traditionally notorious for drink/drug driving.

Ireland Welcomed Back To ROADPOL


iber image 2023 01 11 15 20 14 879new                    From left: Mr. Suba, Mrs. Mulligan, Mrs. Zsinkai, Mrs. Hilman, Mrs. Veic and Mr. Woods at the meeting. PHOTOS: ROADPOL MEDIA11 JAN - Ireland is gloriously returning to ROADPOL.

The news came after a fruitful meeting of representatives of the European Roads Policing Network and the national police service of Ireland, An Garda Síochána in Budapest, 10th January.

Study Finds Psychological Work Key

For School Road Safety Prevention


goggles alcoholAlcohol intoxication simulating goggles are used in one of the excerices. PHOTO: JÖRG SCHULZE11 JAN - Recently published study finds out psychological approach is key to influencing road traffic behavior of school students.

The study by Silke von Beesten, head of the German Traffic Collision Victim Support Association (Verkehrsunfall-Opferhilfe Deutschland e.V.) and Andre Bresges is a follow-up of major German prevention project “Crash Course NRW”.

New Motorcycles For Czech Road Police


policie1The motorcycles are immediately put in operation. PHOTOS: POLICIE.CZ11 JAN - Czech Road Police received a fresh batch of brand-new motorcycles.

It comes as a complimentary delivery to the BMW single-seaters already employed by the law enforcement institution.

Grim Mood After Estonia Unveils

2022 Road Safety Stats


308432144 5576421142404771 2060472829289671634 n50 people were killed on the roads of Estonia in 2022. PHOTO: POLICE.EE9 JAN – Estonia is among the first EU countries to publish preliminary 2022 road safety statistics and the conclusions are far from optimistic.

The traffic picture has improved over the years, but not enough, informed the Estonian Police and Border Control Service.