ROADPOL Reaching Out A Hand For

Road Safety in South-Eastern Europe


4000 3000 max3323malkaPHOTO: POLICE.HU13 JUNE - ROADPOL and the Italian National Committee of the World Road Association (PIARC) join hands to help consolidate and improve the road safety expertise of traffic police and road operators in Southeast Europe.

For this a webinar by the title of “Improvement opportunities and perspectives for road safety on the South-Eastern Europe” is to take place on June 21 from 08:30 to 13:30 CET.

ROADPOL In Discussion On

Potential Greek Membership


Ioannis Mavrohannas AthensIoannis Mavrohannas is the Chief of Traffic Police of Cyprus12 JUNE - The potential and benefits of a future membership of Greece in ROADPOL were among the discussions held by the European Roads Policing Network Council member Ioannis Mavrohannas during a recent visit to Athens.

Mr. Mavrohannas, who is a Chief of Traffic Police in Cyprus participated in the 8th International Conference on Road Safety and Digitization, which was held in the capital of Greece. The Conference was organized by the National Technical University of Athens in collaboration with the RSS Steering Committee.

Belgian Police Issuing €189.000

Of Fines For A Day Of Action


Belgium Trucks The action took place close to the port of Zeebrugge. PHOTO: POLICE.BE11 JUNE - 53 trucks were checked by Belgian Federal Police for a day of enforcement action near the port of Zeebrugge.

The inspections, carried out by the labor auditor, focused mainly on compliance with social legislation.

ROAPDOL Snatches Over

4000 DUIs In 24 hours


Alcohol GNRPortugal's Guardia Nacional Republicana (GNR) was among the member forces to take part in the operation. PHOTO: GNR.PT3 JUNE - 4000 instances of driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol and/or drugs were registered during ROADPOL's latest 24-hour enforcement marathon.

The marathon was conducted at the end of May's ROADPOL “Alcohol & Drugs” operation and represented massive 24-hour checks along the roads of 12 member countries.

Belgian Police Revokes 500

Licenses Due To Phone Use


Distraction Au Volant2The control action was carried out for two days. PHOTO: POLICE.BE23 MAY - 2,387 offenses were recorded and 503 licenses revoked as a result of Belgian federal and local police forces latest controls against distracted driving.

For 48 hours, the Federal Highway Police and 110 Local Police zones carried out control actions throughout Belgium. The purpose was to fight against distracted driving, a phenomenon that is believed to be the cause of a quarter of road crashes in Belgium.