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PREVENTION CRIMINALITY IN ROAD TRANSPORT. Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management Road Haulage Unit Bob Oudshoorn. Safe Business Action Plan. 20 th January 2004 Action Plan Target 2008 : 20% Reduction criminality. Sectors and issues Transport sector

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Prevention criminality in road transport

PREVENTION CRIMINALITYIN ROAD TRANSPORT

Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management

Road Haulage Unit

Bob Oudshoorn


Safe business action plan
Safe Business Action Plan

20th January 2004 Action Plan

Target 2008: 20% Reduction criminality.

Sectors and issues

  • Transport sector

  • Repression, Free riders

  • Shops (-25% in 2006), jewellery; hotels / restaurants / cafés

  • Industrial zones

  • Quality mark safe enterprising; internal criminality

  • Safety products liable to be stolen (RFID / chips)


Safe business action plan1
Safe Business Action Plan

20th January 2004 Action Plan

  • Target 2008: 20% Reduction criminality

  • Signatories:

    • Ministries of Economical Affairs, Justice, Internal Affairs

    • VNO – NCW

    • Association of Insurance Companies


Covenant tackling crime road in transport sector
Covenant Tackling Crime Road in Transport Sector

  • 53% of the enterprises are harmed

  • Total yearly loss M€ 150 in 2002

  • 7th October 2004

  • Target reduction share transport sector to Action plan

    • 2006: 10% reduction

    • 2008: 25% reduction


Covenant tackling crime in road transport sector
Covenant Tackling Crime in Road Transport Sector

Subscribers:

  • Ministries: Economical Affairs, Justice, Interior, Transport.

  • Industry: EVO, KNV, TLN.

  • Others:

    • Association of Insurance Companies.

    • Netherlands Distribution Land.


Issues engagements
Issues / Engagements

1. Analyse road transport sector (Transport – Economical Affairs)

2. More safe parking areas (Transport)

3. Training, crime prevention, information (EVO)

4. Platform for location-specific services based on Cell Broadcast (Economical Affairs)

5. Staff (TLN)

6. Promoting and advancing tracking and tracing (TLN)

7. Crime reduction based on the chain approach (NDL)

8. Report checklist (NPI)

9. Transport and Logistics Quality Mark (TLN)


Issue 1 analysis sector
Issue 1: analysis sector

  • EZ and V&W map crime road transport sector in the Netherlands:

    • documenting the extent, frequency, type, causes, locations, circumstances

    • preventative - repressive measures. measures.

  • Recommendations prioritisation measures to combat crime:

    • Much information / data is lacking

    • Inside information; closed industrial areas, regional hot spots

    • Overview actors and responsibilities

  • Types of crime:

    • Organised crime; Opportunistic crime; un - safety feelings


Issue 1 analysis sector1
Issue 1: analysis sector

Shared responsibility


Issue 1 analysis sector2
Issue 1: analysis sector

Shared responsibility


Issue 2 parking areas
Issue 2: parking areas

  • passive security (parking areas and vehicles);

  • active security (supervision and safe behaviour);

  • adequate follow-up in the event of alarm calls.

  • Analysis representative parking areas with :

    • industrial organisations and car park managers

  • Recommendations:

    • Sight, green space, lighting

    • Design, gates and fences, video protection


Covenant tackling crime in road transport sector1
Covenant Tackling Crime in Road Transport Sector

Shared responsibility:

  • Infrastructure

    • vehicles / physical security / protected (parking) areas

  • Code of conduct

    • driver / personnel / crew

  • Police

    • Follow up / prosecution


Top 20 of most insecure parking places
Top 20 of most insecure parking places

After discussion in the Parliament the Minister decided to establish a list of 20 most insecure parking places along the highways.

Topics: capacity and crime prevention

Combined action of government (Ministry of Transport – Internal Affairs – Justice), industry and insurance companies.


Crime prevention:

A shared responsibility

For Industry and Government!!


Questions

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Discussion


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