The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) and Brunel Law School are hosting a conference which will review the effectiveness of methods used to encourage people to comply with road traffic law.
Given the emphasis in the Government’s Strategic Framework on better behaviour on the roads, PACTS and Brunel have come together to organise ‘Achieving Compliance’ to inform the road safety community about what still needs to be done. The conference will look at all aspects of the process from enforcement through to the effectiveness of sentencing.
The one day event on 13 June will be held at Brunel University and will cost £120 for PACTS members, or £150 for non-members.
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