The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners has launched a public engagement survey, designed to understand public perception of road safety and enforcement.
The survey, which takes about a minute to complete and closes on 30 September, has been developed on the back of the recently announced Government review into roads policing.
Launched in July, the review aims to help stakeholders better understand how enforcement can be utilised to reduce road casualties.
The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) says the results of the survey, which closes on 30 September, will be fed into the DfT’s call for evidence.
Alison Hernandez, APCC lead for road safety, said: “PCCs have a strong voice in local communities and are eager to understand the public’s views on road safety and policing our roads.
“This survey will allow PCCs to assess the strength of public feeling to make our roads safer and, I hope, give the Government the evidence it needs to act.”
Martyn Underhill, APCC deputy lead for road safety, said: “It is sadly the case that, wherever you live in England and Wales, you will have experience, probably very recently, of reckless and unlawful driver behaviour.
“Many, many communities are affected by serious collisions on our roads and, I am sure, have strong opinions on what can be done to reduce the frequency of such tragedies. That is why we are encouraging people from all over the country to contribute to this survey.”