Please spare a few minutes to complete a survey which will assist in understanding the degree to which police officers and staff engage in roads policing activity. These questions are about finding out who is involved, how they work and what they do during their working time.
This is your chance to directly contribute to the first Roads’ Policing Review in 20 years.
Your feedback will help us understand more about different facets of roads policing. Your views are sought in the following areas:
- how your time is spent
- your training and qualifications
- about you
The Roads Safety Statement published in July 2019 committed the government to carrying out a review of roads policing. To begin to address this we have established a combined roads policing project team with the Home Office, the Department for Transport and the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC). The Police Superintendents Association for England and Wales and the Police Federation for England and Wales are also engaged in the review. In seeking to identify and quantify current working practices and resourcing across enforcement agencies, enabling organisations and agencies, we are conducting a survey of police officers and staff.
To start the survey, please go to the Roads policing review survey page