The 2018 TISPOL Conference takes place on Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 October at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Manchester Airport.
Following the success of Project EDWARD in 2016 and 2017, TISPOL is once again coordinating Project EDWARD, the European Day Without A Road Death, on WEDNESDAY 19 SEPTEMBER 2018
For 2018 our plan is to double our socials media engagement (we achieved a 25 million unique reach own Twitter in 2017) so that more and more people engage with our aim of reducing death and serious injury on the roads.
We also want to show that zero represents much more than a number... Zero means no midnight knock on the door, no lives torn apart...
Here’s how you can help in 2018:
- Contact email@example.com if you have some specific ideas, or wish to ensure you are included in all the Project EDWARD information we share
- Record a video message we can put on the Project EDWARD website
- Help spread the word on social media using #ProjectEDWARD
- If you have a budget and could become a supporter - or might be able to connect us to organisations willing to assist - then we would be enormously grateful.
Join us in Frankfurt for the Road Safety, Technology and Enforcement Conference, 26 and 27 June
We are looking forward to playing our part in the forthcoming Road Safety, Technology and Enforcement Conference, which takes place in Frankfurt on Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 June. On the agenda will be enforcement technology, autonomous vehicles and road safety strategies...
...plus we will be officially starting the countdown to Project EDWARD 2018.
Take a look at the Conference details, and how you can use your TISPOL affiliation to save money on the delegate booking rate...
TISPOL as an independent member network: reflections on the first full year
General Secretary Ruth Purdie looks at changes in TISPOL's structure since 2017,the priorities for the new-look network, the possible barriers to progress and the guiding principles for the new three-year strategy...
Welcome to TISPOL's 2017 Annual Report. This is the third and final report against our three-year strategy 2015 - 2017. This strategy focused on four principle objectives. We set out to deliver safer and more secure roads and to also ensure that the TISPOL network was effective and efficient in the way it conducts its business and engages with key stakeholders within the road safety arena across Europe.
Lithuania: comment from Marija Kazanovic
How does the participation in various entertaining events affect the image of a serious institution? Last weekend five Lithuanian police women's crew participated in the Women's Rally, along with several hundred female crew members. I believe that at least 1,000 drivers have established close and friendly ties with the police and may have changed their opinion about the police in very positive way.
Marija (pictured at the front of the image above) is a senior specialist at the Lithuanian Traffic Police Service.
What do you think? Is it appropriate? Or does it give the wrong message? Should police officers stand back? Tell us your thoughts...
At the end of April, two Tesla Model S were being put into service by the Police Luxembourg.
Electric vehicles will be more and more present on our roads in the future. It is a less known technology that will raise new challenges. A key question is whether such vehicles are suitable for use by administrations, especially in law enforcement. The Police Luxembourg has a very good >>
Officers have caught a driver using a disabled parking permit of a person who died eight years ago. As part of day of enforcement for Operation Enable, officers in Dublin targeted the misuse of disabled permits and seven motorists were found to be in breach of traffic laws.
Seven disabled parking permits were seized by Gardai, one of which that belonged to a person who had died eight years ago.
Sgt Peter Woods, who leads on operation Enable, will be speaking at this year's TISPOL Conference in October.