TISPOL is committed to reducing death, serious injury and crime on Europe's roads. Its activities are guided by research, intelligence, information and experience, to produce measurable results that contribute to reducing casualties and making roads safer.
Professor Claes Tingvall, Road Safety Director of the Swedish Road Administration and former Chair of the European new Car Assessment Programme, discusses target-setting and its relevance to casualty reduction...
5:03 minutes (2.32 MB)
TISPOL Media Adviser James Luckhurst joined Willem Schelstraete, Acting Chief of Highway Police, Brabant, and his Belgian Police colleagues at an evening control point just north of Brussels. The team members were making random checks of drivers for alcohol, and were also using new saliva testing kits for drivers they suspected may have recently used drugs.
7:26 minutes (6.81 MB)
Theo Bons, from the National Traffic Police in the Netherlands, talks to TISPOL Media Adviser James Luckhurst about the road safety problems he observed in a recent visit to Israel. He also considers what short-term solutions are worth considering, as well as the need for a stragetic long-term plan.
5:07 minutes (7.03 MB)
Daniel Agostini of Luxembourgh discusses his country's road safety priorities and achievements.
3:57 minutes (3.63 MB)
Nutritionist Susie Kearley discusses aspects of nutrition for drivers with TISPOL media adviser James Luckhurst
5:09 minutes (7.07 MB)
Thanks to Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR), PC Martin Danks locates and deals with an uninsured driver.
4:41 minutes (6.43 MB)
Pasi Kemppainen discusses his first months as President and his plans for 2012...
3:43 minutes (5.12 MB)
TISPOL President Pasi Kemppainen confronts Finland's disappointing road fatality figures and considers the situation in other countries.
2:14 minutes (3.07 MB)
TISPOL President Pasi Kemppainen considers the right steps for Finland
2:15 minutes (3.1 MB)
5:33 minutes (7.63 MB)