ROADPOL Online Seminar 29.07.2020



First ROADPOL online-Seminar was a full success

Due to the situation the regular annual seminar had to be exchanged to an online version. With support of CEPOL, who allowed to use their techology, we were able to provide interesting topics to a greater audience: more than 50 participants registered to the session and gained actual information about the impact of COVID in Italia and what lessons can be learned, the strategic approach of Luxemburg towards PTW, a case study regarding investigation after a fatal crash using digital evidence and the current state of a research project for early detection of dangerous areas in road traffic using smart data.


The presentations are ready for downloading for those who did not find the time to participate.

1. Paolo Cestra (Italy): COVID-19: Impacts on traffic safety work

2. Federica Deledda (Italy): COVID impact on traffic safety

3. Project presentation EDDA+ (Italy)

4. André Schaack (Luxembourg): Strategic approach PTW in Luxembourg

5. Ulrich Bux and Klaus Kasten (Germany): From fatal Crash to premediated Murder by Evaluation of digital Evidence

Actally we are planning to purchase a similar programme to be able to conduct such ROADPOL online-seminars in the future.

Joint control "Safe Holiday" France - Belgium - Luxembourg – Germany


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Police forces from France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany carried out a transnational control of long-distance travel in France on 1st August.
In times of COVID-19 more and more people go on holiday with their caravan or camper. Especially during the summer holidays many drivers use the highway A 6 as transit route to France or Spain.

Experience from previous controls has shown that caravans and campers in particular are often overloaded. The consequence is a significantly increased risk of accidents. The braking distance increases and driving stability becomes worse.
Due to the high load, the summer heat and the long driving distances, the tyres are also heavily stressed. Tyre bursting is imminent. Incorrect air pressure or insufficient tread depth are also a considerable potential danger.
The action of the working group "traffic safety" therefore carried out the action "Opération civil été" (Safe Holiday). The focus was on preventive advice for drivers by specially trained road safety advisers.


University Pegaso

Given that cultural and scientific exchange is indispensable to academic and social institutions to develop their educational and research activities and recognizing that it is necessary to promote and encourage direct cultural agreements between institutions of higher learning at European and International level, ROADPOL, as the first European Network on Road Safety, concluded a specific agreement with the Italian Online University PEGASO ( establishing an appropriate form of common educational programs on the field of:

a) Police Cooperation;
b) Road Safety;
c) European partnership.

PEGASO is an Italian Online University, chosen by over 90,000 students, is handy, flexible and suitable for all: young, adults, workers and disabled, where you can study wherever and whenever you want and take exams in the same way, using the website.

Thanks to the best didactic methodologies and the most powerful technology, PEGASO supports students anytime for professional goals according to high quality educational programmes.

On 10th of July 2020, ROADPOL General Secretary Mr. Heinz Albert Stumpen signed a Framework Agreement with PEGASO Online University on:
a) the possible circulation of publications and information on the specific fields of study and research on Road Safety and on any other subject of relevant interest;
b) the possible organisation of Joint Degree Courses, High Education Courses, Masters and possible specific Classes;
c) the possible organisation of joint scientific conferences and workshops;
d) the possible exchange of publications, university editions, books and co-operation in communication networks;
e) the joint design and implementation of research projects,
intending to follow specific criteria of reciprocity and also with the possibility to exchange all relevant information - by supplying catalogues and other materials - to promote greater and mutual knowledge on their institutional structure and organization.

On the basis of the cooperation PEGASO University and ROADPOL should make joint applications to the EU institutions and organizations for research grants and funds available in the mutually defined fields and topics where collaborative links are established.

The Agreement provides also the possibility for the members of the ROADPOL family to obtain special reductions on the enrollment fees for the PEGASO Online University Courses.
The Framework Agreement is concluded for an initial duration of 3 (three) years from the date of joint signing and after this period can be re-examined if deemed necessary and shall be renewed for another 2 (two) years period, unless terminated by one of the parties by written notice three months prior to the expiration date.

The implementation of the activities foreseen by the Framework Agreement will be promoted, initially, from the ROADPOL side by the President of Honour Paolo Cestra.

Hungaria - Summer Camps for Children

HU Summer Camp


Did you like spending summer time in camps when you were a child? Summer camps are the best places to make new friendships and have new experiences about unknown things.

Organising Accident and Crime Prevention Summer Camp is one of the traditions at the police in Hungary. With the help of the National Accident Prevention Committee county police headquarters organise different summer camps for nursery and primary school children during whole of the summer.

The main target is to handle information about road safety in a playful way. Children can learn about the main traffic rules for pedestrians and cyclists or the meaning of road signs. Besides the road safety children can hear about the danger of summer time during crime prevention lessons, how to store their purse, mobile phone or house keys when they are on the beach or not to open the door for unknown person when they are at home alone. Of course the children have possibility to try police equipment as well as to sit into police cars or meet with police dogs but traditional activities like cycling, swimming in a lake or playing quizzes are also the part of the camp programmes.

More information:

Italian Traffic Police - Operation “High Impact” was held in Italy from 25th June to 11th July 2020.

Italy 1


The Italian Traffic Police held the national operation “High Impact” in the entire Italian territory, from 25 June to 11 July 2020.
During the Operation “High Impact” 20.426 vehicles have been checked with 5.126 patrol-cars involved and 7.186 offences detected.

From 25 to 27 June, 11.164 vehicles have been checked for the mandatory vehicle insurance, with 2461 offences.

From 29 to 30 June, 1.065 dangerous freight transport-vehicles have been checked and 114 offences detected for the specific transport.

Italy 2

From 2 to 4 July, 9.219 vehicles have been checked and 638 offences detected related the use of mobile phone (as a driver without hands-free equipment).

6 and 7 July, 277 exceptional transports-vehicles have been checked with 63 specific offences detected.

From 9 to 11 July, 9.865 vehicles have been checked with 2.956 offences regarding seatbelts and other safety restraints by children.