Belgium Stuns With

A Record-Breaking

Drink Driving Campaign


images0.persgroepPHOTO: POLITIE.BE15 SEP - Another record number of drivers checked for alcohol was broken by Belgium's Federal and Local police forces.

The authorities checked close to 360,000 drivers during the summer BOB campaign results of which were recently published. This represents a new increase in the number of tests carried out (322,000 tests in 2022).

14 Presenters and 19 Exhibitors Expected in Sofia, Bulgaria



1st Conference and Expo


opening page14 SEP - The European Roads Policing Network is to hold its 1st ROADPOL Conference and Exposition.

It is the first time ROADPOL organizes an event of this scale after its incorporation in 2019 with previous conferences held in past years by the predecessor network – TISPOL.

Serbia Lowering Age Threshold

To Curb Heavy Drivers Deficit


363840245 814410473578170 707184644906313955 nPHOTO: MUP.GOV.SR12 SEP - Serbia is to allow 18-year olds to obtain professional drivers licences and sit behind the wheel of buses and heavy trucks.

The National Assembly amended the Road Traffic Safety Act bringing about a significant change on the driver labor market.

ROADPOL Catches Half A Million

Speeders In A Giant Operation


Lasercontrole snelwegPHOTO: POLITIE.NL

11 SEP - More than half a million speeding offences were caught by ROADPOL teams in the latest giant Speed operation spanning throughout Europe.

14 European countries took part in the international operation, which is the second ROADPOL one dedicated to speeding for the length of the year.

Alcohol and Drugs Leading Cause

Of Death On French Motorways


365227674 617650903824611 4193406432524321558 nThe National Gendarmerie assisted with data and analysis for the report. PHOTO: GENDARMERIE.FR17 AUG - Alcohol and drugs are the leading cause of fatal crashes on French motorways, shows a recent report by the Association of French Motorway Companies (ASFA).

The number of people killed on motorways jumped in 2022, the report also indicates.