General Data Protection Regulation - 2018 (GDPR)

To comply with the GDPR you need to be made aware that your National-Traffic account will, at a bare minimum, contain a uniquely identifiable name (hereinafter 'your user name'), a personal password used for logging into your account (hereinafter 'your password') and a personal, valid email address (hereinafter 'your email'). Your information for your account at National-Traffic is protected by data-protection laws applicable in the country that hosts us. Any information beyond your user name, your password, and your email address required by National-Traffic during the registration process is either mandatory or optional, at the discretion of National-Traffic. In all cases, you have the option of what information in your account is publicly displayed. Furthermore, within your account, you have the option to opt-in or opt-out of automatically generated emails.

Furthermore we will store all of the IP address that you use to post with. Depending on your preferences National-Traffic may send you emails to the email address that National-Traffic holds in your account which will either be that you used when you registered or one that you have subsequently changed, but you are able to change these preferences from your User Control Panel (UCP) at any time should you wish to stop receiving them.

welcome to National-Traffic The personal details that you gave us when you signed up, or added later, will be used solely for the purposes of National-Traffic board functionality. They will not be used for anything else and neither will they be passed on to any third party without your explicit consent. You can check, at any time, the personal details National-Traffic is holding about you from the Profile section of your UCP.

The only other information about you is that which you decide to post in the fora, whereupon it is considered to be 'publicly available' as it will have been indexed by search engines as well as on-line archive sites.

Cookies on National-Traffic from social networking sites

National-Traffic may have links to social networking websites (e.g. Facebook, Twitter or YouTube). These websites may also place cookies on your device and National-Traffic does not control how they use their cookies, therefore National-Traffic suggests you check their website(s) to see how they are using cookies.

How do we use cookies on this board?

We use files known as cookies on National-Traffic to improve its performance and to enhance your user experience. By using National-Traffic you agree that we can place these types of files on your device.








Can you help to get our blessed forums Rolling again?

Serving Officers

welcome to National-Traffic We need serving officers who would enjoy helping others on the forums to solve their immediate problems/ queries/ worries, can you help? If you are a serving officer and wish to see these forums up and running again then simply reply to a number of the latest posts with your opinion/ view/ advice. Of course you can also PM falkor to say hello, your input would be greatly appreciated. Serving officers can start a Traffic Officer Diary and these topics are hugely enjoyed by other members of the site. Consider replying with your comments to other officers' diary entries.

Candidates

If you are not yet a serving officer, then you can still help the site by posting your queries and even reply to news media posts with your ideas/ comments/ opinion. Generation of discussion is what this site is all about really but on the other hand, we do have an enormous Archives section which holds relevant articles going back years. These are very interesting to browse if you have any spare time!

Former Officers

If you are a former Officer then your help on the site would definitely be appreciated. There is nothing like genuine experience to trump training or even qualifications, please don't hesitate to join the site, maybe have a line in your signature "Former Officer" or just in your profile somewhere, your experience of handling the issues that matter would be a treasured resource for sure.

Opening an Account

If you don't have an account already just click here you will start the short process of joining the site and be well on your way to helping others in our very special community.

This site benefits from SSL Secure Connection and has no advertising targets nor any profit making ambitions. It simply exists to allow UK Traffic Officers or Candidates to participate in civilised discussion, public or private, both are equally important to this site.





RoadPeace: the national charity for UK road crash victims

select for full details RoadPeace is the national charity for road crash victims in the UK
Set up in 1992 by a mother whose son was killed by a red light offender
RoadPeace exists to support and empower those bereaved and injured by road crashes and their families; to improve the justice system's post-crash response and to spare future generations from preventable death and injury.

As a membership charity. Road Peace puts victims at the heart of their work, equipping them to support other victims, campaign for change and shape RoadPeace’s work.