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  • Police urge motorists to stay safe on two wheels

    With a national campaign starting next week, Warwickshire Police are encouraging those using two wheels to stay safe and urging all motorists to share the road responsibly to reduce the number of offences we continue to see involving motorcycles and bicycles. The campaign is being run across the UK and co-ordinated by NPCC, the National Police Chiefs' Council, to improve road safety and law enforcement.

  • BikeSafe launch WarwickshireWarwickshire BikeSafe

    Warwickshire BikeSafe

    Warwickshire Police are proud to announce they will be offering motorcyclists the chance to attend a BikeSafe workshop from the end of May onwards, where riders will have the opportunity to spend a day with police motorcyclists and experience a professional police-observed ride with them

  • BikeSafe logoWarwickshire BikeSafe - Save the Date!

    Warwickshire BikeSafe - Save the Date!

    Warwickshire Police are proud to announce they will be offering motorcyclists the chance to attend a BikeSafe workshop from the end of May onwards, where riders will have the opportunity to spend a day with police motorcyclists and experience a professional police-observed ride with them.

  • Police continue crackdown on drivers using mobile phone

    Warwickshire Police, the Safer Roads Partnership and National Fire Chiefs Council are supporting the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) mobile phone campaign (15th - 28th April), by targeting motorists who continue to use their handheld mobile phone at the wheel.

  • Speed enforcement marathon - Police urge motorists to 'Slow Down'

    With a European-wide speed enforcement campaign taking place tomorrow (3rd April), Warwickshire Police are urging all motorists to stay safe and keep speeds down. The campaign is run by TISPOL, the European Traffic Police Network - established by police forces across Europe to improve road safety and law enforcement.

  • THINK BIKE!

    Warwickshire Police Safer Roads Partnership is today launching their 2019 'THINK BIKE' campaign - aimed at motorcycle riders and other road users - to help reduce casualties and deaths on roads across Warwickshire.

  • Op Tramline 1Making Warwickshire Roads Safer During National Seatbelt Week

    Making Warwickshire Roads Safer During National Seatbelt Week

    With a national seat belt enforcement campaign running this week, Warwickshire Police and Highways England have taken part in 'Operation Tramline', a joint national operation aimed at changing driver behaviour on the strategic road network.

  • Police urge motorists to 'Belt up'

    With a national seat belt enforcement campaign starting next week, Warwickshire Police are urging all motorists to stay safe and belt up. The campaign is being run across the UK and co-ordinated by NPCC, the National Police Chiefs' Council, to improve road safety and law enforcement.

  • mud on roadTake extra care on rural roads this winter

    Take extra care on rural roads this winter

    Warwickshire Police is encouraging motorists to take extra care on rural roads this winter where there is mud on the roads, and reminding farmers and contractors of their legal responsibilities around keeping the highways clear of mud and debris.

  • Police urge motorists to 'Slow Down'

    With a national speed enforcement campaign taking place next week, Warwickshire Police are urging all motorists to stay safe and keep speeds down. The campaign is being run across the UK and is being co-ordinated by NPCC, the National Police Chiefs' Council, to improve road safety and law enforcement.