A senior figure from the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) completes the speaker line-up for the LRSC centenary conference, which takes place later this month.
More than 170 people will attend the conference, ‘Safer Cities, Safer Futures’, to be held at the Guildhall in the City of London on 24 January. Sponsored by RedSpeed International, the conference will explore the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for road safety professionals working in cities across the UK.
The agenda comprises 15 presentations from 19 speakers – including Leon Daniels (TfL), Keith Prince AM (London Assembly) and Lord Holmes of Richmond MBE – as well as road safety professionals and elected members from across the Capital.
Detective chief superintendent Paul Rickett will provide an overview of the work undertaken by the MPS’s Roads and Transport Policing Command (RTPC) and the role the RTCP plays in Transport for London’s (TfL) partnership for casualty reduction.
DCS Rickett is the OCU commander of the RTCP, a position he has held since 2015. In a career spanning three decades, Mr Rickett has also been borough commander in both Tower Hamlets and City of Westminster, and worked for Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC).
LRSC centenary conference – still time to book
‘Safer Cities, Safer Futures’ (9.30am – 4.00pm) is primarily intended for road safety and active travel professionals, the emergency services and elected members with an interest in road safety.
The delegate fee is £95 for attendees from the public and third sectors and academia, and £145 for others (both prices plus VAT).
The fee includes an early evening (5.00 – 7.00pm) drinks and canapé reception which will follow the conference and will feature an address by James Cracknell OBE, LRSC president.
The exhibition, which will run alongside the conference, is fully subscribed.
11 January 2017