Police and Crime Commissioner invites public questions on road safety

Derbyshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster is to scrutinise the work by Derbyshire Constabulary and partners to improve safety on Derbyshire’s roads.

As part of a series of subject specific Performance Scrutiny Meetings, the Commissioner is inviting the public to submit questions on road safety that they wish to be put to the Chief Constable.

Questions should be submitted in writing and cannot be in relation to current investigations.

Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster said: “These meetings are one of the many ways in which I hold the Chief Constable to account as an elected representative of the public. This meeting will focus on Road Safety, one of the key policing priorities within my Police and Crime Plan based on continual feedback from residents.

“The force will be expected to provide evidence of effective delivery and performance on road safety.

“As Police and Crime Commissioner I want to make sure that residents of Derby and Derbyshire get the service they expect and are confident that effective measures are in place to make our roads safer. Too many people still die or are seriously injured on our roads due to speeding, dangerous driving or driving under the influence. I have provided the force with extra funding as part of the 22/23 budget to help improve road safety and I will be asking that they report on their increased enforcement activities and positive action.”

The meeting will be recorded and published via the Commissioner’s website and social media channels as soon as possible after its conclusion on 30 March 2022. 

The deadline for submission of all questions is Monday 14 March. To submit your questions, please visit – https://bit.ly/PSMQuestions

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