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521_welsh_police_webinar_fb_li_1200x630 November 14, 2018

Welsh Police: Using technology to reduce road fatalities

The original dashcam reporting project, the Welsh Police's Operation SNAP initiative pioneered a new way of responding to incidents of dangerous driving in Wales, UK.

With budget cuts leading to dramatic reductions in traffic police officers, it had become more challenging than ever to enforce road safety policies across the country. At the same time, lives were continuing to be lost as a result of dangerous driving.

Partnering with Egress, Operation SNAP now enables citizens to upload video footage taken by dashcams and mobile devices directly to local police forces, while reducing the time and cost overheads required for officers to investigate incidents.

Join this webinar to learn how Operation SNAP has:

  • Reduced police time per incident from 15 hours to 20 minutes.
  • Reduced the time taken for citizens to submit video footage from 90 minutes to 10 minutes.
  • Potential to reduce road fatalities by an estimated 40%.

Operation SNAP is a joint initiative managed by GoSafe, the Wales Road Casualty Reduction Partnership, on behalf of the four police forces in Wales. It was launched to allow members of the public to report road traffic offences using video and still images taken on smartphones or helmet, bar and dash cameras. 



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