A protest campaign over poor walking and cycling safety
Effective road safety planning: what should be happeningWhat the vision should be
Merseyside road safety failures
Merseyside / national road safety failures
Merseyside road safety concernsSo-Mo project on pedestrian casualties
Merseyside road safety improvements
Taking action on poor road safety
Merseyside Police and Crime Plan 2017 - 2021
The Merseyside Police and Crime Plan 2017 - 2021  was published in March 2017. The four police and crime priorities of the previous Plan were increased to five by the addition of "Working in partnership to improve road safety".
This followed consultation in December 2016 / January 2017, during which 89% of respondents agreed with making road safety a priority.
By 2021 we will:
Background informationThe Plan includes the background information that
It is progress to see recognition that Merseyside casualties are worse that in comparable areas. Too many Merseyside road safety documents have given a biased summary of the situation.
Reference The Plan can be obtained from http://www.merseysidepcc.info/home/down-to-business/police-and-crime-plan.aspx or from here.
Last updated: 12 Jan 2020