PACTS Response to the Roads Policing Review Call for Evidence

PACTS Response to the Roads Policing Review Call for Evidence

In July 2020, the Department for Transport launched a call for evidence on the subject of roads policing.

This call for evidence seeks to identify what makes a difference in enforcement and how the capability and capacity of enforcement services can be enhanced.

The Department for Transport (DfT) is carrying out this call for evidence as they are seeking to identify how the use of existing enforcement capabilities, and any enhancement of these, will deliver the biggest impact for road user safety primarily but also congestion management and the environment.

The Department sought views on:
• the current situation in regards to road casualties and what can be done to
reduce them
• driver compliance with road traffic law and enforcement
• the structure of traffic law enforcement in the future

PACTS Response to the 14 questions can be found here.

 

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