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CC Jo Shiner introduces the NPCC National Roads Policing Strategy for 2022-2025

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Chief Constable Jo Shiner, the National Police Chiefs Lead for Roads Policing, introduces the NPCC National Roads Policing Strategy for 2022-2025.

“After extensive consultation I am confident that together we have developed a strategy that all stakeholders who have a role within roads safety or roads policing can align to, that will make our roads safer for everyone and can help reduce death and serious injury on our roads.”

‘Policing Our Roads Together’ is built around four key pillars of activity:

  • Preventing harm and saving lives
  • Tackling crime
  • Driving technology and innovation
  • Changing minds.

These are underpinned by a series of ‘E’ enablers, shown around the four pillars, which describe the core principles of the NPCC’s  approach. This video outlines the thinking behind these 4 key pillars.

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