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Civil Aviation Bill

Civil Aviation Bill

Civil Aviation Bill The Civil Aviation Bill was introduced on 9 June 2005. It was debated at the second reading stage on 27 June and has passed to the House of Lords. The Bill aims to strengthen and clarify powers to control aircraft noise and emissions, in line with the commitments given in the Government’s White Paper, “The Future of Air Transport,” which was published in December 2003. The Bill […]

Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill

Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill

The Serious Organised Crime and Police Act received Royal Assent on 7 April 2005. The Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill had its committee stage in the House of Lords on Tuesday 5 April and its report stage and third reading in the Lords on Wednesday 6 April. The Bill was amended at report stage to include provisions from the Road Safety Bill on roadside evidential breath testing and access […]

Road Safety and Parking Bill 2005

Road Safety and Parking Bill 2005

Road Safety and Parking Bill 2005

Policing Road Risk

Policing Road Risk

Road traffic enforcement is an essential tool for preventing unnecessary road death and injury and deterring illegal and dangerous driving behaviour. In recent years, new methods and technologies have transformed the enforcement process. This research project aims to give an independent analysis of the changing role of the police service in the context of rapid and accelerating technological change and emerging operational developments. It provides a focus on roads policing, […]

Annual Review 2003/2004

Annual Review 2003/2004

2003/2004