Latest Partnership News
Euromix assists SERP with Bikebility training in Clacton
16 October 2018
The transport manager of the concrete supplier Euromix attended a Bikeability session which featured a concrete mixer lorry at Clacton County High School on 25-26 September.
National recognition for Extra Eyes campaign
12 October 2018
The Extra Eyes campaign, launched by the Safer Essex Roads Partnership in 2017, has been recognised with a prestigious national road safety award.
Pupil picks up iPad for winning comic competition
9 October 2018
A pupil from the Alec Hunter Academy in Braintree has recieved an iPad after being named winner of a school comic competition organised in support of Project EDWARD 2018.
Community Speed Watch co-ordinator recognised with award
2 October 2018
The Safer Essex Roads Partnership has congratulated Community Speed Watch co-ordinator, Mary Whiley, who was recognised for her outstanding work at the annual Essex Police Awards on 25 September.
Off-duty officer helps elderly driver in distress
25 September 2018
An off-duty special constable from Essex Police has been praised for helping a distressed elderly driver, who needed assistance after his vehicle suddenly broke down on the A130.
SERP launches new young rider campaign
11 September 2018
The Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP) has launched a new young rider campaign by speaking to hundreds of students at the Colchester Institute.
2018 Summer drink & drugs campaign
15 June 2018
Do you know how much time you have to react to something on the road when driving? That is the question the Safer Essex Roads Partnership is asking during this summer’s anti-drink and drug driving campaign.
Extra Eyes – how you can help
11 December 2017
You can help us reduce collisions and casualties – and make roads across Essex roads even safer – by reporting instances of poor and dangerous driving.
Live incidents, roadworks, congestion and reporting a problem (potholes, street lights etc)
Driver & rider retraining (NDORS), young drivers, cyclists (adult & children) and motorcyclists