Police And Families Unite In

Campaign Against Road Deaths


RSS114 MAY - A major national campaign designed to tackle the UK’s road death endemic kicked off, bringing together police, victims’ families and celebrities.

The RoadPeace Andy Cox Challenge 2022, the first event of its kind, will drive home the message that a staggering five people die and more than 60 are seriously injured, on average, every single day on the UK’s roads. The event's PR and marketing is managed by ROADPOL's staunch supporter and partner, British road safety NGO, “Road Safety Support”.

2022 ROADPOL Safety Days Launched

September 21st Designated

Day With Zero Road Fatalities


Volker Orben SpeechROADPOL President Volker Orben delivering his speech.

4 MAY - Zero road deaths on the roads and streets of Europe are totally achievable.

This was firmly stated by ROADPOL president Volker Orben at a press conference marking the launch of the European Roads Policing Network's flagship annual road safety preventive campaign – the ROADPOL Safety Days. At the event held in Larnaca, Cyprus, and organized by ROADPOL member Cyprus Police, Mr. Orben called on institutions, businesses, NGOs and members of the public from across the continent to support the campaign and help the ZERO to be achieved.

President Orben at WPS:

No To Manufacturer Monopoly

On Autonomous Vehicle Data


Abu Dhabi14 APR - No monopoly for manufacturers on in-vehicle data of autonomous vehicles.

The stance was once again reiterated by ROADPOL President Volker Orben at the latest World Police Summit. Mr. Orben was a keynote speaker at the event held in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates in March.

ROADPOL Enhancing Cooperation

With Toll Road Operators


0 02 05 98d41cd751957eb06b805d4595fb6b6c937705924c74bdf1c7ca53798aac3abd 40bab89f5328ddabMrs. Deledda (right) speaking at the event. PHOTO: POLIZIA DI STATO14 APR - ROADPOL and the European toll road operators sector made an important step in enhancing their cooperation in the sphere of road safety.

This was achieved at the 14th Road Safety Conference of the European Association of Operators of Toll Road Infrastructures (ASECAP) held at Madona di Campiglio 3-5 April.


Vow To Cooperate

In A Historic Memorandum


viber image 2022 03 16 19 09 43 935President Orben (left) and President Henninger signing the memorandum at the World Police Summit. 

11 APR - ROADPOL and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) signed a historic memorandum vowing to intensify their future cooperation.

The signing ceremony took place within the World Police Summit in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates in the end of March. The memorandum was signed by ROADPOL President Volker Orben of the Police of the German state or Rhineland-Palatinate and IACP President Dwight Henninger, Chief of Police of Vail, Colorado, USA.