New Shoalhaven pilot program aims to improve road safety

Robert Crawford
Updated November 20 2018 - 10:38am, first published November 16 2018 - 2:10pm
PILOT LAUNCH: Nowra Police Station Inspector Ray Stynes (centre) with Aboriginal and Community Liaison Officer Viv Sweeny, Senior Constable Rachael Pearce, Senior Constable TJ Venables and Senior Constable Megan Rigby launch the new road safety pilot program with RMS' Aboriginal Liaison Simon Tuck and RMS Aboriginal Engagement Manager Bobbi Brodie.
PILOT LAUNCH: Nowra Police Station Inspector Ray Stynes (centre) with Aboriginal and Community Liaison Officer Viv Sweeny, Senior Constable Rachael Pearce, Senior Constable TJ Venables and Senior Constable Megan Rigby launch the new road safety pilot program with RMS' Aboriginal Liaison Simon Tuck and RMS Aboriginal Engagement Manager Bobbi Brodie.

A pilot program promoting bicycle safety and awareness has been launched in Nowra.

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Robert Crawford

Robert Crawford

Senior Journalist

Robert Crawford is a senior journalist at the South Coast Register, for Australian Community Media . Everyone's got a story, what's yours? Email robert.crawford@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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