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Gerard Schipper receives TISPOL President's Award

Published Tue, 01/10/2019 - 06:45

Congratulations to Gerard Schipper, who has received a 2019 TISPOL President's Award.

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Gerard Schipper

Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate Holland (Euro Control Route) for contribution to roads safety and security across Europe

Our first recipient has been responsible for many years for the content and program of the Tacho Web Group (TWG) which is a joint TISPOL/ECR (Euro-Control-Route) partnership and which is currently led by the ECR.

Supt Jarmo Puustinen receives TISPOL President's Award

Published Tue, 01/10/2019 - 06:32

 

We congratulate Supt Jarmo Puustinen from Finland on receiving a 2019 TISPOL President's Award.

 

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The next recipient, a Police Officer since the early 90s, has been involved with TISPOL since 2010 and was quickly identified as an expert on technologies with parallel personal achievements academically.

Participation and leadership in TISPOL Working Groups since that time include:-

TISPOL Alcohol and Drugs Working Group
TISPOL Technology Working Group and the Operations Working Group

President's Award for Media Adviser

Published Tue, 01/10/2019 - 06:28

James Luckhurst, TISPOL Media and Communications adviser, received a President's Award in Dublin on 26 September, for his 'outstanding contribution to road safety across Europe'.

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Our final nominee and by no means least has worked extensively for TISPOL over the past decade. Their commitment to TISPOL and Project Edward ensured that TISPOL was the worthy recipient of a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award in December 2018.

President's Award for Moyagh Murdock of Ireland's Road Safety Authority

Published Tue, 01/10/2019 - 06:24

Congratulations to Moyagh Murdock, Chief Executive of Ireland's Road Safety Authority, on receiving a 2019 TISPOL President's Award.

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Moyagh Murdock Chief Executive Officer, Road Safety Authority, for significant contribution to road safety

Over the past decade, the one recurring observation that emerged following presentations from Irish representatives at TISPOL Conferences was the value placed on Partnership in Ireland in its approach to reducing casualties on Irish roads.

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