Amalgamating has enabled better vehicle utilisation, a telematics roll-out and the sharing of good practice
The number of full-time roads policing officers tasked with enforcing motoring laws and keeping local and major highways safe has fallen, research suggests.
Vauxhall Special Vehicle Operations will handle 2,000 bluelight conversions over two years as part of an overall contract worth £100m. Christopher Smith reports
MPs on the Transport Committee say the drop in the number of recorded crimes on our roads does not represent a reduction in offences being committed.
Footage has been released by Merseyside Police showing a police officer narrowly escaping a collision in wet weather on the M57.
Skoda UK has created a canine-friendly version of its Superb to comply with new standards set out by DEFRA and the RSPCA.
Police are looking for a driver who ploughed into a line of traffic cones, leading to a pile-up on the A38 in Plymouth.
Police Scotland paid £350,000 over three years in compensation for road accidents involving officers, an investigation has found.
Drink drive figures in Scotland rose by a third over the 2015 Christmas period.
Ford is to supply 1,100 vehicles to UK police fleets from this year as part of wins in two group buying tenders.
The Government has hit back at claims that a drop in traffic police is letting drivers off the hook and putting road safety at risk.
28 UK Police forces have signed a procurement deal for the supply of more than 3,000 police vehicles over the next two years.
MPs have been warned that a lack of resource is threatening the police’s ability to catch motorists breaking the law.
Almost four in 10 business drivers have been given points on their licence from work-related driving offences, according to research from Masternaut.
More than 17,000 drivers have been convicted of careless driving since police forces were given the power to issue fixed penalty notices for the offence two years ago.
Stolen vehicle recovery company Tracker has waned that car thieves are continuing to target ‘keyless’ cars in London.
Senior traffic police officers from around Europe will call for better protection of vulnerable road users at the annual conference of TISPOL this week.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has recommended West Yorkshire Police improve driver training after a fatal collision in Leeds.
Civilian staff, including HR and IT directors, have been given bluelight cars to use without being trained to use them, the BBC is reporting.
The new Skoda Fabia has been seen in police livery for the first time at the NAPFM conference.
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