Roads Policing Conference 2018
The Roads Policing Conference 2018 took place Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 January at Hinckley Island Hotel, Leicestershire.
Hosted by the Police Federation of England and Wales and National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC), and sponsored by MIB, the 12th annual conference brought together those who work in the roads policing arena and highlighted the successes, challenges and best industry practice.
This year's theme was ‘Roads Policing – a new approach’.
Some of the topics that were covered in the agenda include:
- Police Pursuits - Chief Constable Anthony Bangham
- Single Intelligence Entry - Detective Superitendent Paul Keasey
- Operation Rackham - Overseas Roads Death Investigation - PC Chris Powling and PC Colin Green, Hampshire Police
- Northumbria Fatal Road Investigation - Inspector Bob Rushbrooke and Sergeant Dave Clement, Northumbria Police
Each year we also recognise officers and staff for going above and beyond with the Outstanding Contribution to Roads Policing Award - Surrey PCs win Roads Policing Award
News from the 2018 conference:
New approach needed to resource roads policing
‘More resources would mean more lives saved on our roads’
Officers should "welcome IOPC"
Roadside evidential breath testing on the way
DfT offers support to roads police officers
Lives at risk with fewer roads police
Catch up on Twitter using #RoadsPolice2018
See highlights from Roads Police Conference 2017
PC Graeme Watson of Merseyside Police being presented the 2nd place award for Outstanding Contribution to Roads Policing by Phil King and Chris Noblett from sponsors Irwin Mitchell and DCS Paul Keasey
PC Richard Clarke accepts the 3rd place award, on behalf of West Yorkshire Police Team 5, for Outstanding Contribution to Roads Policing, pictured here with Phil King and Chris Noblett from sponsors Irwin Mitchell and DCS Paul Keasey
2018 winners of Outstanding Contribution to Roads Policing - PC Dan Pascoe and PC Ben Hudson with Phil King and Chris Noblett from sponsors Irwin Mitchell and DCS Paul Keasey
MP Jesse Norman from the Department of Transport addressed delegates, announcing proposals to enable the public to report road accidents online, as opposed to going to a police station
PFEW lead for pursuits Tim Rogers
A packed conference with delegates from roads policing teams across England and Wales
Roads policing leads from PFEW and NPCC, Jayne Willetts and Anthony Bangham, took questions from the floor
NPCC roads policing lead Anthony Bangham addressing delegates
PFEW roads policing lead Jayne Willetts - her opening speech called for roads police officer numbers to be maintained
James Hutchinson facilitating the conference
Operation Tramline in progress - tackling dangerous HGV driver behaviour
Leicestershire Police officers and partners met for an early morning briefing ahead of Operation Tramline - tackling dangerous HGV driver behaviour
The Roads Policing Conference and Operation were held in Leicestershire