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RoadPeace AGM - Shared screen with speaker view
Robert Davis
23:24
Hi Nick, Sara - could I mention that the Conference has not been forgotten about? Andy Cox is down as key note speaker, so maybe when he does his bit?
Victoria Lebrec
23:51
yes bob I will mention when we do the q&a with andy
Victoria Lebrec
38:44
please can everyone put themselves on mute (apart from Andy)
Pauline's iPhone
41:10
Have the police had to change the way they communicate with victims?
Victoria Lebrec
41:47
thanks pauline - I will ask this on your behalf once Andy finishes speaking - thanks!
Fionnuala Oomen
43:15
Are The Met prioritising tackling behaviours which put vulnerable road users at risk?
Sarah Hope
43:58
Have TfL been helping the victims with the use of the Sarah Hope Line?
Kate Uzzell
44:56
Andy Cox - Its great work you are doing in London, is it being replicated across the country?
YS
45:42
Is there a practical and efficient way for members of the public to report speeding drivers and vehicles? We often witness cars driving by where the driver obviously ignore any hands waving them to slow down.
Lucy Harrison
46:09
do you think lockdown has changed police attitudes towards road danger and also how have collision investigations been impacted as a result of covid-19 e.g. how can you collect cctv if shops are closed?
Claire’s iPad
46:31
why are police so lenient towards drivers?. Not all cases of suspected dangerous driving even go to the CPS
David Cox Bike West Midlands Network
49:49
Excellent presentation thanks
Petra Kendall-Raynor
50:39
When the knife crime epidemic happened, traffic police were transferred to the violent crime team. Do you think the reverse should happen (from violent crime or other departments) now we are seeing increased road danger
Joyce Harvie
50:50
Should antecedent checks with DVLA not be part of a quality investigation
Geoff James
53:23
Hi I sent 2 questions via email to info@
Joyce Harvie
54:00
We are being encouraged to use alternatives to public transport , for example: bikes. Have you any contingency plans to deal with potential increase in bike users ?
Fionnuala Oomen
54:06
Andy, you mentioned a number of changes in police powers and the law you feel would reduce road crashes. Do you have a view on which one change would make the biggest impact, if we had to campaign for one change?
YS
55:34
thanks Andy
Nicole Taylor
55:49
can you ask Andy what his view is on GDL?
Lindsi
56:13
Here in Southampton we have a cyclist fatality rate more thn twice the national average, Most are the result of collisions with Lorries. What have you done in London to reduce the incidence of cyclists killed by lorries?
Nicole Taylor
56:53
Thank you Andy
Sara Dowling
56:55
Thanks Andy
Sarah Hope
57:30
Thank you so so much Andy!
Amy Aeron-Thomas
01:01:35
Thank you very much to Andy and the MPS
Robert Davis
01:02:32
I shall tweet that Supt. Andy Cox is still willing to be keynote speaker at our Conference: "Reducing Road Danger: Empowering local communities in London" (which has not been forgotten) and that he is very well respected on social media by the road danger reduction community. In particular his commitment to make speeding socially unacceptable and have a change in sentencing - roads and traffic police offices work very hard, often to say those convicted receive derisory "punishment".
Victoria Lebrec
01:03:12
sounds good - thanks Bob
David Cox Bike West Midlands Network
01:04:49
Excellent set of account thanks
Claire’s iPad
01:11:39
what does the Legal Panel do?
Victoria Lebrec
01:12:17
Thanks Claire - will get the team to answer yo our question at the end of the presentation
Joyce Harvie
01:20:04
Is there any update from the Ministry of Justice on the sentencing guidelines for Causing Serious Injury by Dangerous Driving
Leonard
01:24:00
What is the impact of Covid on events and reduced expenditure?Ha
Robert Davis
01:25:13
I'd still like to mention the conference!
Victoria Lebrec
01:25:52
Bob I will mention it!Fear not
Leonard
01:27:03
Harry Dunn's parents got vast publicity at enormous cost. But no reference to any other victims or bereaved. Can we build on this?
YS
01:28:06
How do you actively “find” victims i.e. visiting hospitals, rehab centres an /pr working with NHS trusts on making sure victims and patients are aware of the support they can get
Amy Aeron-Thomas
01:29:18
What training and/or induction have the new trustees had?
Robert Davis
01:37:53
Well done Linda
Robert Davis
01:38:21
Thanks everybody!
Nicole Taylor
01:41:39
Thank you Linda ....we echo Cynthia’s thoughts. We always love and appreciate the remembrance cards every year and often use the poems r the WDR services.
Sandra Chilton
01:41:52
Thank you so much Linda, best wishes from Linda, Brian, Sandra Chilton
Iris
01:42:17
Congratulations Linda, and thank you....
Amy Aeron-Thomas
01:42:43
Thank you Linda for all the kindness, consideration, respect and empathy you have shown so many families for so many years.
YS
01:42:50
Thank you Linda and well done!
Gill Dowling
01:43:40
well done Linda. well deserved.
Denise Kitchener
01:43:54
Congratulations Linda. You are very special.
Steve Maloret
01:44:43
Congratulations Linda - well done
Sarah Hope
01:44:51
Linda, you are so kind and compassionate and thoughtful, thank you so much Sarah Hope
Victoria Lebrec
01:45:03
Linda you're such a legend! Thank you so miuch fpr everything you have done
AllisonPepper
01:45:08
As a new and proud member of the legal panel, I would like to thank you all for inviting me today. I look forward to supporting yourselves and victims.
Claire’s iPad
01:45:21
Poem is on my wall!
Fionnuala Oomen
01:45:34
Well done to the whole team. Really very seamless. Well done too to Linda, really well deserved.
YS
01:45:34
Thank you for the invitation it was my first AGM and I found it great to learn more about RP’s operations and activities. Great job all!
davidfrost
01:46:56
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHRII3y1WRQ
Sarah Hope
01:47:03
And thank you for all your wonderful work, it was a very important meeting xxx
Denise Kitchener
01:47:12
Thank you for the invitation and the opportunity to hear about all your great work.
Nicole Taylor
01:47:43
Well done to the RP team to enable the AGM
Claire’s iPad
01:49:51
Keep up the good work😀
Dave Preston
01:52:01
Very well done team RP. Well presented as always.
Lynda
01:55:14
Thank you for organising this AGM under such difficult circumstances. I'm so glad I attended.
Steve Maloret
01:55:48
Congratulations for organising under such testing circumstances - well done all at RP