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Police Federation

Roads Policing Month

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The demands on roads policing and the toll it can take on officers’ mental health and wellbeing cannot be underestimated. That’s why in November 2020 we ran a month-long campaign to give recognition to roads policing and family liaison officers with a focus on their wellbeing.

To help make it easy, we’ve listed all our Roads Policing activity below for you to access.

New Roads Ahead Newsletter

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We launched a new quarterly newsletter to bring you updates on regulations, training, best practice and more to share with your colleagues throughout the country.

Features include:

  • Man Up, Man Down – our mental health awareness campaign
  • Key updates – related news and regulatory updates
  • Roads Policing Forum – members share the priorities within their role
  • Case studies and stories shared – extraordinary stories from our campaign.


Case studies and stories shared

Social Media

Our social media networks not only focused on our Roads Policing activity, but also highlighted our Hear 'Man Up', Think 'Man Down' campaign, which focuses on officers' mental health and wellbeing. Check out our social media pages below:

Want to know more?

If you have anything that you wish to raise or want to share with the Roads Policing Forum, please contact:


Gemma Fox

Gemma Fox, National Roads Policing Lead

Steve Taylor

Steve Taylor, National Board Deputy Lead for Roads Policing

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