Road Safety

Road safety is a crucial aspect of the RPNGC’s efforts to ensure public safety. The RPNGC is responsible for enforcing road safety laws, promoting safe driving practices, and investigating road accidents.

To promote road safety, the RPNGC conducts regular road safety campaigns to raise awareness among the public about the importance of safe driving practices. The RPNGC also works closely with other government agencies and stakeholders, such as the Department of Transport and Works, to develop and implement road safety policies and initiatives.

In terms of law enforcement, the RPNGC has dedicated traffic police units that enforce road safety laws and regulations, such as speed limits, seat belt use, and drink driving. The RPNGC also conducts regular vehicle inspections to ensure that vehicles on the road meet the required safety standards.

In addition, the RPNGC has a Traffic Accident Investigation Unit that investigates and analyzes road accidents to identify the causes and prevent similar incidents from happening in the future. The unit also provides advice and recommendations to the government and other stakeholders on ways to improve road safety.

Overall, the RPNGC is committed to promoting road safety and ensuring that the public can use the roads safely and without fear of accidents or other risks.