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TISPOL wins prestigious Prince Michael Award for Project EDWARD

17 October 2018

Press release from TISPOL.

TISPOL has won a 2018 Prince Michael International Road Safety Award for Project EDWARD.

According to the notification received, the panel of judges thought Project EDWARD showed "a high degree of collaboration from a wide range of organisations working together across Europe".

General Secretary Ruth Purdie said, "We are thrilled. This is an award for everyone who put their trust in us when Project EDWARD started in 2016, and who have supported us as the initiative has grown.

"We have constantly tried to innovate in our approach to road safety. Project EDWARD brings together all the police forces across Europe with joint engagement and enforcement activity that combines professionalism, integrity, compassion, equality and fairness.

"Project EDWARD is a perfect example of maximising our innovative approach."

The Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards ceremony will take place at The Savoy on Tuesday 11th December 2018.

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