It is important that we never forget the individuals whose lives have been lost on Warwickshire’s roads. This page is a memorial to all those people. Your loved one whether a partner, child, friend, family member or colleague will not be forgotten.
To achieve a sustainable reduction in the number of people killed or injured
To increase public confidence in road safety and enforcement
To improve partnership working and communication
LATEST CASUALTY DATA
34 Fatal – reduction of 3% since 2018
316 Killed and seriously injured – reduction of 12.5% since 2018
1149 slightly injured – reduction of 11% since 2018
Warwickshire Police invests in road safety measures to reduce death and injury on our roads
Warwickshire Police is investing over £600k to enhance road safety and make Warwickshire’s roads safer for everyone who uses them.
Supporting children to travel actively:
Free Scootability Training in Warwickshire Supporting children to travel actively: Free Scootability Training in Warwickshire Warwickshire County Council and Warwickshire Road Safety Partners are supporting
Project EDWARD joins forces with National Highways to kick-start a safer motorcycle season.
Project EDWARD joins forces with National Highways to kick-start a safer motorcycle season. Throughout April, the Project EDWARD team will be joining National Highways and
Warwickshire Police detects almost 100 offences during Operation Tramline
Officers were dismayed at what they saw as they used a National Highways owned supercab to patrol the M40, M6, M69 and A46 in Warwickshire.