In 2018, 1,784 people were killed on Britain’s roads – this included 456 pedestrians and 48 children. In addition, 25,511 people were seriously injured.
The Government is currently reviewing roads policing, and what the future of traffic law enforcement may look like. The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners is keen to hear your views and invites you to complete this short survey to help inform the Police and Crime Commissioner’s response to Government.
You can find the survey by following this link: