In this latest episode, James Luckhurst is joined by Jo Shiner, Chief Constable of Sussex and the recently-appointed roads policing lead for the National Police Chiefs’ Council, as well as by Ruth Purdie OBE – chief executive of UKROEd, the organisation responsible for the management of the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme.
We’ll be considering opportunities to kick start the sort of reductions in road death and serious injury that have been missing – not just in this country but across most of Europe – for more than a decade now. Where do these opportunities lie? Also, what’s being done
to make roads policing more visible – and to remind drivers that compliance with the law is not optional.
We also meet Chris Spinks from Westcotec and Geoff Collins from Jenoptik. Both are supporters of Project EDWARD and both work in the business of keeping people safe on the roads. We’ll be looking to dispel a few myths about speeding and asking both to identify effective measures for ensuring that drivers use speeds that are both legal and safe.
Find out more about ProjectEDWARD at https://projectedward.org or on social media #ProjectEDWARD