Committed to promoting road policing excellence
The Global Road Policing Network (GRPN) is an initiative of the Global Road Safety Partnership’s Road Policing team.
To maximise the impact of road policing on reducing global road trauma.
The GRPN has been established for the purposes of:
- Providing information on the most effective road policing initiatives.
- Contributing to the international body of knowledge on effective road policing.
- Linking individuals and organisations involved in road policing to share good practice, emerging trends and road safety initiatives.
- Promoting the highest standards of ethical behaviour.
- Applying robust health and safety standards to training, capacity building and operational practice designed to maximise safety for police officers, road users and members of the public.
- Promoting road policing which adheres to the principles of being ‘procedurally fair and just’.
- Promoting working cooperatively with road users to encourage compliance with road safety legislation.
- Undertaking road policing that is free of discriminatory practice.
What We Offer
By joining the Global Road Policing Network, we offer access to a range of resources (see links below), and road policing experience including being offered the opportunity to participate in road policing training webinars.
Registration is free.
Registering to be part of the GRPN is open to serving and former police officers and others involved in road policing related work (e.g. commercial vehicle enforcement, traffic enforcement officers and related researchers and academics).
To register for newsletters and updates please complete the information below:
Registration includes agreement that the information you provide may be shared with the Global Road Safety Partnership’s Road Policing Capacity Building Team.*
- A Guide to the Use of Penalties to Improve Road Safety (2021)
- Guide for Determining Readiness for Speed Cameras and Other Automated Enforcement (2020)
- Fact Sheets
- Latest Quarterly GRSP ‘Signpost’ Newsletters
- Latest GRSP Annual Reports
- European Traffic Safety Council (ETSC)
- World Health Organization (WHO) — here and here
- Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF)
- Guide for Road Safety Interventions : Evidence of What Works and What Does Not Work (2021) Global Road Safety Facility, World Bank
- An Investigation of the Relationship Between Traffic Enforcement and the Perceived Risk of Detection for Driving Offences (1998), Monash University
Alcohol-Impaired Driving related information
- Driving under the influence of alcohol in the Netherlands by time of day and day of the week (2014)
- Effectiveness of Drink Driving Countermeasures (2020)
- Strategic Principles of Drink Driving Enforcement (2006)
- Evaluation of the roadside drug testing expansion and roadside alcohol testing enforcement programmes in Victoria, Australia (2021) Monash University
Road Policing-Related Videos
- Compulsory Breath Testing Checkpoint – New Zealand Police
- Safer Summer road safety campaign – New Zealand Police
- The Difference between life and death – The Safe System Approach – Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency
- Reflections of Dave Cliff, GRSP CEO, on leadership in policing
- David Cliff’s address to the NSW Government on speed enforcement
- John Kenworthy, QPS Motorcyclist, speaks about when he was involved in a serious road traffic crash responding to a family trapped in a vehicle
- David Cliff’s speech at the UN High-Level Meeting on Global Road Safety on July 2022
Note: Members will be welcome to submit road policing related material for publication which can be sent to GRSP@ifrc.org with ‘GRPN Submission’ in the subject line.