Safer Roads Partnerships

Police forces face a continual challenge to reduce the number and severity of road casualties in their area. It is frequently the police that take the lead on initiatives to achieve Net Zero Harm, often as part of a Safer Roads Partnership.

With conflicting calls on resources and budgets, it’s often hard to know which objectives to focus on, and which strategies to deploy in priority. The good news is that teams all over the UK are working with the same challenges, and everyone can learn from the best performing teams.

To support police road safety teams, TRL have a package of affordable services that will deliver positive outcomes, fast, every time. Our approach is evidence based; we only present options that have proven to work elsewhere.


A cloud-based road safety management tool to identify the collision trends on your local roads, and especially to identify collision hotspots.. Essential data about an incident is captured routinely by first response teams. This enables data-driven decisions about immediate enforcement or education in those hotspots. Over time, iMAAP builds evidence in support of policy and investments decisions about mitigations based on adjusted road layouts, speed limits, and first responder processes. Customers have reported a 30% reduction in collisions after implementing iMAAP on their roads. Find out more about iMAAP here

iMAAP Fatals

An additional module for police collision investigators to use at the scene of fatal collisions. It prompts the capture of more than 300 data points about an incident in order to determine the root cause. More information is on this page.

Community focussed road safety schemes 

Designed, monitored and evaluated to get the right result – for those teams without their own iMAAP licence, this is a simple consultancy service to establish the right interventions and check on their success. 

Road Safety Policy review and recommendation

Ensuring alignment and integration of Vision Zero plans. Our experience of working with police, highways and transport teams individually on their investment strategies gives us unique insights into how Road Safety Partnerships can deliver outstanding results by co-ordinating activities.

Suicide prevention

Take the guesswork out of dealing with this significant element of road safety, by learning from TRL’s work with National Highways on the effective measures that make a real difference. This leaflet explains the basics.


TRL support for Safer Roads Partnerships: download the brochure with more details about each service by clicking on the cover image here: 


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