RoadPeace Dashboard Update


RoadPeace Dashboard Update

June 13, 2022

RoadPeace Dashboard

Agilysis were recently commissioned by RoadPeace to bring an interactive dashboard on their website up to date using Power BI. Once again Agilysis have used data from a number of sources to analyse and present trends around convictions, casualties and traffic officers. The data is available to view by Police Force Area using filters.
The dashboard includes benchmarking against the national average where available and contains data about casualties and fatalities for the last ten years with the aim of combining different data sources all in one place. You can find the dashboard available to everyone via their website.
"RoadPeace members were pleased to see the new dashboard element added to our website. Regular updates on key issues such as motoring offence, fatalities and casualties are a vital resource to help the organisation campaign effectively. Nick Simmons, RoadPeace CEO added "Evidence-based data and the victims voice represents a powerful, unarguable combination of content that will help us influence and set policy. We are grateful to Agilisys for creating this much needed and easy to use tool"
RoadPeace is a national charity for road crash victims in the UK. They provide information and support services to people bereaved or seriously injured in road crashes and engage in evidence based policy and campaigning work to fight for justice for victims and reduce road danger.

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