Derbyshire Police Federation

Have your say on roads policing

30 January 2020

Officers involved in roads policing are being urged to take part in an online survey being carried out as part of the Government’s roads policing review.

The questionnaire was launched at the Police Federation’s annual Roads Policing Conference earlier this week by Glynn Wallis-Jones from the Department for Transport and seeks to find out how officers are spending their time as well as gather information on their training and qualifications.

Mr Wallis-Jones told delegates at the two-day conference in Kenilworth on Tuesday and Wednesday: “This is not the Government ‘doing something’ to the police - this is an opportunity for you as a service to get involved.”

The roads policing review, which is being led by the Home Office, will look at eight key areas including driver training, economics, forensic collision investigation, and data sharing.

A report on roads policing by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services  will be published in April, followed by piloting of operational tactics in the summer. A report with full recommendations will come out in March next year.

Complete the survey.


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