People who live, work and travel in Essex are being urged to have their say on the future of roads policing. The poll seeks to understand local communities’ perception about speeding, road law enforcement, road safety and fixed penalty notices. The Government is currently reviewing roads policing and what the future of traffic law enforcement may look like. To support the review, the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners Road Safety Portfolio has launched a national public survey designed to understand public perception of road safety and roads policing enforcement.
The results will help inform Police and Crime Commissioners (PCC) and feed into the submission to the Department for Transport’s Call for Evidence which is looking at how enforcement can be enhanced. Additionally, responses collected in participating force areas will be shared with the relevant PCC after the survey has closed.
This consultation from the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex runs from 10 September until 30 September 2020.