Milan, ROADPOL is a cooperation network between the Traffic Police, born under the aegis of the European Union, to which they adhere all Member Countries, except Greece and Slovakia, in addition to Switzerland, Serbia, Turkey and as observer the Police of the Emirate of Dubai (United Arab Emirates).
Italy is represented by the Traffic Police Service of the Ministry of the Interior.
The Organization develops operational cooperation between the European Traffic Police, with the aim of reducing the number of road victims and road accidents in compliance with the European Action Plan 2021-2030. This activity is developed through joint international operations to combat violations and “thematic” campaigns throughout the continent, within specific strategic areas.
The ultimate goal is to raise road safety standards, harmonizing prevention, information and control activities, also through communication campaigns and joint operations, the results of which are then monitored by the Operating Group. ROADPOL.
The purpose of the “Speed” campaign is to effectively combat, on all major European roads, the overcoming of speed limits by motor vehicle drivers, so that the awareness and awareness that in the same at present all the Traffic Police Forces of the European Union and beyond are operating with the same modalities, homogeneous tools and a common goal.
For the whole week, anyone driving on European routes will therefore be aware that, in each country they cross, compliance with the speed limits will be constantly monitored.
To this end, the Traffic Police has arranged for the carrying out, throughout the period in question, of targeted speed checks throughout the national territory and also the implementation of services with “TUTOR” systems on motorways and major communications. where this particular technology is installed and active for the average and punctual detection of speed.