Thank you to delegates, speakers, exhibitors, our sponsor and everyone else involved in a productive Conference 2023.Save the date for next year’s UKROEd and NPCC Roads Policing Conference:
Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 October 2024
Our 2023 exhibitors
Agilysis is a leading transport safety consultancy who provides strategic support and data platforms to local authorities, road safety partnerships and roads policing throughout Great Britain and across the globe. Specialising in Safe System methodology, the Agilysis team have supported national governments and transport authorities to develop and deliver on new strategies to help them achieve their Vision Zero goals.They have an extensive track record of working with public and private sector clients to deliver perceptive and relevant studies using state-of-the-art techniques, including multidimensional data mining, socio-demographic segmentation, geo-spatial methodology and contextualisation.
With access to a wide variety of datasets such as live and historical connected vehicle data, the Agilysis team provide insightful and rigorous analysis of trends in road traffic collisions and the people involved in them. As both researchers and practitioners in social marketing, Agilysis also understands the practical requirements of those delivering training, campaigns and public relations exercises. Its principles are therefore directed towards ensuring that realistic, effective interventions can deliver outputs and outcomes for clients.
Jenoptik UK are experts in making roads better; using ANPR based technologies to reduce casualties, improve traffic flows and enhance the environment. Our services support projects from initial consultation, design and manufacture through to installation and on-going maintenance.Jenoptik are the global leader in average speed enforcement, with Home Office Type Approval for SPECS3 VECTOR – the most popular and widely used average speed enforcement technology. Nearly 500 SPECS installations have been operated around the UK, covering every road type and speed limit. In 2019, SPECS was joined by VECTOR SR, an entirely new Spot Speed and Red Light enforcement solution.
Since we first invented ANPR over 40 years ago, our products and services have continually evolved to provide best of breed solutions, through ongoing innovations with patented firsts such as synchronised Infra-Red illumination and Deep Learning artificial intelligence software.
If you have a project that could benefit from our peerless experience, please talk to one of our expert Account Managers to learn how a Jenoptik solution could improve the performance of your roads.
Quadient is the driving force behind the world’s most meaningful customer experiences. By focusing on Intelligent Communication Automation, Parcel Locker Solutions and Mail-Related Solutions,
Quadient helps hundreds of thousands of customers worldwide simplify the connection between people and what matters.Quadient’s reputation as a provider of Customer Communications Management (CCM), to the public sector is second to none. We work with many forces answering both their software and hardware needs and are a leading provider for the CCS framework.
For more information about Quadient, visit quadient.com.
East Anglian DriveAbility are proud to be part of Driving Mobility. Driving Mobility is a charitable organisation supported by the Department for Transport that co-ordinates 20 independent driving and mobility assessment centres across the UK. These centres provide professional assessments and information so people with notifiable medical conditions and/or deterioration in health and function due to the general aging process can be assessed as to their safety and where possible maintain personal independence through safe driving.A driving assessment is different from a driving test, it includes a cognitive, physical and visual assessment by qualified professionals (a Clinician and Specialist Approved Driving Instructor) with an on/off road drive, followed by a comprehensive written report recognised by the DVLA and NHS. If driving is deemed unsafe due to a medical condition or the general aging process, adaptations or tuition may be considered. Support around driving retirement can be offered if needed.
Trusted by UK police forces for 21 years, StarTraq’s software allows police forces to manage all camera and officer captured offences within one system. Through automation, the StarTraq solution is proven to increase back office processing efficiency, allowing forces to increase their throughput without having to increase staff headcount.Our core solutions are:
- DOME – back office software solution which is fully compatible with PentiP for processing any type of traffic offence
- StarPortal – an intuitive and secure online portal for the recipients of a NIP to review evidence and submit either a nomination or an admission online
- Traqer – a smartphone ticketing solution allowing officers to issue digital TORs from their smart device with a real-time upload to the back office.
Our experts work alongside our customers to keep millions of people safe, supported and on the move.We understand the challenges they face today, and what they’ll need to make a difference tomorrow.
Our Enforcement software streamlines the traffic camera process at every stage. We help to cut out re-keying, save on postage and free up resources that can be reinvested into more value-added tasks. We also help you deliver great customer service because citizens can access offences anytime, on any device.
And we’re proud to work with the Home Office to deliver the PentiP system, a cross-criminal justice platform used by all police forces in England, Scotland and Wales.
Whatever your specialism, we’re here to help you prevent harm, act decisively and reduce risk.
Geoff is the General Manager for Acusensus UK, responsible for bringing the award winning ‘Heads-Up’ distracted driving solution to the UK. The system has already been trialed in 12 UK police regions on more than 80 occasions, identifying drivers who are distracted by their mobile phone or are not wearing a seatbelt. He also acts as Chair of ITS UK’s Enforcement Forum.With nearly two decades of enforcement system experience, he has been involved in the design, implementation and monitoring of over 500 such projects, giving an unrivalled understanding of the factors behind the successful operation of a large-scale enforcement project, including a number of award winning schemes.
Geoff is a Chartered Engineer, a member of the IET and a fellow of CIHT.
The Under 17 Car Club Charitable Trust has been delivering pre-licence driver training since 1976 reaching well over 5000 novice drivers. Rooting its work in Roadcraft, The Trust has developed a proprietary tuition methodology which develops technical skill, driving theory knowledge and attitudes and behaviours in parallel with progress depending on a synthesis of all three. Cognitive load is built up over time developing highly skilled new drivers with substantially greater observation skills and awareness of road risks and how to mitigate them. The Trust Pathfinder Initiative, endorsed, sponsored and supported by Gloucestershire OPCC, West Mercia OPCC, Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue, Safer Roads Humber and DHL was established in 2008 to deliver an intensive development experience to rising 17’s. Participants in that initiative display a 1 in 19 risk of a reportable incident in their first 12 months as licensed drivers comparing favourably with their peer group record of around 1 in 4.5 (DfT Stats).
Electronic Process Management for Road Traffic Offence Records
23 police forces use Clarity’s FastForm Ticketing Management solution to process approximately 1.5 million road traffic offence records annually. FTM includes scanning, capture, document management, workflow, case management and reporting features.
Road Safety Portal (online admissions and nominations)
The portal provides self-service web-based access for NIP/172 recipients to view evidential records associated with minor road traffic offences and make online admissions and nominations. This approach reduces the road safety back-office workload dramatically.
NDORS Course Management, Online Booking and Secure Payments
FastForm Online Bookings is used to manage NDORS course delivery across 20 police force areas in England and Wales; processing more than 650,000 course bookings annually.
Cycle Training Management
Course administration and online booking software for cycling courses, including Bikeability for schools, public courses and 1-2-1 training sessions.
TTC is an award-winning leader in the provision of road safety schemes, committed to improving road safety by empowering people through education to positively change behaviour.
The largest NDORS provider, we are appointed by 13 UK police forces, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (Scotland), and Transport for London, to deliver National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) services. TTC offers a comprehensive choice of classroom and online courses as an alternative to prosecution for a road traffic offence throughout the UK.
We are committed to supporting our commissioners in ensuring equality and inclusivity of our services, whilst delivering social value by supporting local communities through our NDORS provision.
Solon Security is the UK’s leading supplier of quality crime prevention and community safety products.We are proud to be a wholesale distributor to Police, Government, Universities, Charities and various other public sector bodies and local authorities.
Solon have been working in partnership with our customers since formation in 1995, assisting in the creation of safer communities through our wide range of innovative products and initiatives.
A key area of our business has always been our work with road safety professionals. Whether developing new products to assist with education, such as our award-winning Defender Signal Blocker, or sourcing high quality accessories, wearables and engagement items to support bespoke projects.
Visit our stand to learn more about how we can support your organisation.
Drivetech from the AA, rehabilitating driver offenders on behalf of the police since 1998We make your roads safer by offering a world class experience to clients to change their behaviour, and 93% say they drive differently after attending one of our courses.
We embed equality diversity and inclusion to reduce barriers to ensure your drivers get the best educational intervention for them to change.
With unrivalled knowledge and the highest quality of delivery to 34 Police forces, we also offer young driver courses and company fleet risk management across the UK.
Choose the best – partner with Drivetech!
(World class Net Promotor Score of +75 and rated Excellent (4.8) Trustpilot)
Tutelage is a national police-led programme, working together with all 45 UK police forces and partners to reduce the impact of uninsured, unsafe, untraceable and untaxed vehicles.
Using data insights, Tutelage encourages the unintentionally uninsured to rectify the situation via a procedurally just ‘nudge’ approach in the form of police headed letters and tackles those who ‘self-select’ through failure to take appropriate action through the provision of timely intelligence and predictive analysis supporting effective and efficient on-road enforcement and finite resources.Over 610,000 letters have been issued, with 78% (over 460,000) of all letter recipients going on to reinsure their vehicle.
Independent evaluation concluded…. ‘people receiving a tutelage letter are 4.4 times more likely to reinsure their vehicle than those who didn’t receive a letter’.
Our new three-year strategy (2024 to 2026) focusses on several key themes including; further business process automation, predictive analysis, community intelligence and wider intelligence enrichment.
Brake is a national road safety charity, founded in 1995, that exists to stop deaths, serious injuries and pollution on roads, and to care for families bereaved and injured in road crashes. Brake campaigns for safe and healthy roads through seeking government policies and investment to end the carnage, and through projects that help communities, schools and employers promote safe and pollution-free streets locally.Brake delivers Road Safety Week, the UK’s biggest road safety campaign. Brake is the national provider of care and support to victims of road crashes and their families through the National Road Victim Service, helping families cope with the shock, turmoil and devastation that road crashes cause families across the UK every day.
More information from brake.org.uk
The Road Safety Trust is an independent grant-giving trust supporting projects and research that make UK roads safer for all road users – pedestrians, cyclists, mobility scooter users, car drivers, lorry and van drivers, and motorcyclists.The Trust uses any surplus gifted by UKROEd (its not-for-profit trading subsidiary company) to help create safer roads and protect road users. As a small charity with low running costs, the vast majority of this income goes to support vital road safety studies and initiatives, through two grant programmes.
The Trust supports a variety of road safety initiatives through grants, with funding available towards projects that meet its grant criteria. Grants are available for up to two or three years, and these can range from £20,000 up to £500,000 depending on the funding round.
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