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Europol supports Operation Trivium 4 in the UK and The Netherlands

Published Tue, 14/07/2015 - 07:43

Europol has supported UK and Dutch law enforcement authorities in a weeklong operation to tackle criminality across the UK and The Netherlands through national roads policing.

Operation Trivium 4 ran simultaneously in various locations in England, Wales and The Netherlands. It targeted foreign national offenders who utilise the road networks, as well as human trafficking, organised property crime and drugs trafficking.

Three police officers die in road collisions: TISPOL expresses sympathy to bereaved families

Published Fri, 03/07/2015 - 09:31

Two Police officers from the German Federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia died in a collision on the A44 motorway. Interior Minister Ralf Jäger said in a press statement that he was deeply saddened by the deaths of the 46 -year-old woman and her 51-year-old colleague.

Early morning traffic checks in Malta prove productive

Published Wed, 24/06/2015 - 15:03

A joint operation was carried out between the Traffic branch and the Dog section of Malta's Police on Sunday 21 June, where a task force organised road checks in Triq MA Vassalli, Saint Julians, under the direction and supervision of Inspector Sergio Pisani, Traffic branch.  A total of 209 (two hundred and nine) vehicles were checked and the following offences were detected:

EU road safety targets at risk as deaths increase in France, Germany and UK

Published Thu, 18/06/2015 - 11:24

Progress on reducing road deaths in the EU slowed to just -0.6% last year, the worst annual reduction since the first common EU target was set in 2001, according to new analysis published by the European Transport Safety Council. EU member states now need to cut deaths by almost 8% each year until 2020 to meet the target set in 2010 to halve deaths within a decade.

France, Ireland, Germany and the UK were among the 12 EU member states that saw an increase in the number of road deaths last year compared with 2013.

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