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ETSC and ROADPOL – online events on enforcement

  • March 16, 2022

On 16 March 2022, ETSC teamed up with ROADPOL, the European roads policing network to organise two complementary online events on the topic of enforcement.

ETSC Online Event – How traffic law enforcement can contribute to safer roads, 10.00-12.30 CET.

This online event focused on speed enforcement and cross-border enforcement.

00:00 – Welcome and introductions Tjark Kreuzinger, Toyota Motor Europe Jacqueline Lacroix, DVR

21:10 – How traffic law enforcement can contribute to safer roads, Jenny Carson, ETSC

36:10 – Improving enforcement through the European Union, Claire Depré, European Commission (PDF)

56:00 – Speed enforcement in Spain, Jorge Ordás, Directorate General for Traffic, Spain (PDF)

1:10:00 – The CANARD Project, Dagmara Jankowska-Karpa, ITS, Poland

1:24:35 – Pan-European Enforcement, Sanja Veic, ROADPOL (PDF)

1:40:50 – Panel Discussion: How traffic law enforcement can contribute to safer roads All speakers

The agenda can be found here.

ROADPOL Workshop on Enforcement, 14.00-16.00 CET.

This workshop included the following presentations:

  • Psychological insights into traffic rule compliance – Prof. Dr. Christine Sutter, Head of Faculty Traffic Science / Traffic Psychology, German Police University
  • At a glance: PIN Flash Report 42 How traffic law enforcement can contribute to safer roads – Jenny Carson, ETSC
  • Ideal Policy for a Technical Enforcement System on Speeding – Tasos Ashikkis, Cyprus Police, Head of Preparation Team ROADPOL Safety Days
  • Digital Enforcement Mobile Use – Marcel Masselink, Police Inspector, Product Owner Verkeer Plus

 

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