News archive: 2023 | 2022

SERP staff cycle for RoadPeace

Saturday 20 May saw the first Road Peace ride for Essex, organised by PC Ben Houghton-Clarke from Essex Police.
(22 May 2023)



Essex road users urged to support Vision Zero – because even one road death is one too many

Road users in Essex are being urged to pledge their support in helping to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on the county’s roads.
(17 May 2023)



Essex Police welcomes three new Speed Enforcement Officers

Essex Police has welcomed three new Roads Policing Speed Enforcement Officers at a launch event in Chelmsford.
(12 May 2023)



Dash cam evidence leads to ten drivers being sentenced

Dashcam footage submitted through the Extra Eyes initiative has led to a number of drivers facing the consequences of breaking highway safety laws.
(4 May 2023)



Is your vision roadworthy?

Essex Police are supporting a national campaign which highlights that drivers have a legal obligation to ensure that their vision is good before they take to the roads.
(2 March 2023)



How well do you know the Highway Code changes?

The Safer Essex Roads Partnership is encouraging all road users to familiarise themselves with changes to the Highway Code – which were introduced a year ago.
(3 February 2023)



“Don’t ignore the Red X”

The Safer Essex Roads Partnership is supporting a new campaign launched to raise awareness around Red X signs on smart motorways.
(1 February 2023)



SERP engages with thousands during Road Safety Week

Students across the county were shocked to learn their ideas for sobering up – including sucking on an ice cube and eating a hot cross bun – were all myths.
(15 December 2022)



Don’t make a decision you’ll regret this Christmas

The Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP) is encouraging people to plan their journeys home before having a drink over the festive period.
(13 December 2022)



Vision Zero day – Epping Forest

Tuesday the 22nd of November was a Vision Zero day for the Safer Essex Partnership with our efforts focused on the roads through Epping Forest district, an area that had 114 people recorded killed or seriously injured in 2021.
(24 November 2022)