ROADPOL and ETSC Setting Up Free
Events On Road Safety Enforcement
25 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.
The first one is set up by ETSC, a Brussels-based independent non-profit organisation dedicated to reducing the numbers of deaths and injuries in transport in Europe and a stern supporter and partner of ROADPOL.
The event concentrares on How traffic law enforcement can contribute to safer roads and will last between 10.00-12.30 CET. The event will focus on speed enforcement, distraction, the non-wearing of seatbelts and cross-border enforcement. ETSC will present its latest PIN report on enforcement. There will also be presentations from the European Commission, the Netherlands (tbc), Spain (tbc), Poland and ROADPOL. A draft agenda can be found here.
The second event is the ROADPOL Workshop on Enforcement, 14.00-16.00 CET. This workshop will include the following presentations:
- Psychological insights into traffic rule compliance – Prof. Dr. Christine Sutter, Head of Faculty Traffic Science / Traffic Psychology, German Police University
- At a glance: PIN Flash Report 42 How traffic law enforcement can contribute to safer roads – Jenny Carson, ETSC
- Ideal Policy for a Technical Enforcement System on Speeding – Tasos Ashikkis, Cyprus Police, Head of Preparation Team ROADPOL Safety Days
- Digital Enforcement Mobile Use – Marcel Masselink, Police Inspector, Product Owner Verkeer Plus
Both events will be held in English and on the Zoom platform. Attendees can register here for either one or both events.