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Help requested posted on 21st December 2010:

Information Films

Has anyone produced and used short films to promote road safety issues on their web sites and on social media sites such as You Tube? If so do you have any evaluation of their success and cost effectiveness? Any information will be greatly appreciated.

Alan Collins
Luton Borough Council

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Response posted on 22nd December 2010 by:
John Siddle
Lincolnshire Police
E: john.siddle@lincolnshire.gov.uk
T: 01522 805812

Information films

Have a look at Sussex Safer Roads. The Comms manager will have all the info you need. Google 'Embrace road safety' to see the recent successful viral they produced.


Response posted on 22nd December 2010 by:
anthony Sharp
Institute of Highway Engineers
E: tony.sharp@southglos.gov.uk
T: 01454 863605

Information Films

Devon,Jeremy Phillips, have done several M'Cycle related films in the past

Alternatively try Andrew Richardson at FUSED who has worked for LOTS of LA's/Health Service authorities


Response posted on 22nd December 2010 by:
Liz Moore
North Tyneside Council
E: liz.moore@northtyneside.gov.uk
T: n/a

Information films

Hi
Have you contacted Newcastle City council they have produced a DVD called Ghost Street aimed at older children
Thanks
Liz


Response posted on 22nd December 2010 by:
Michael Newcombe
Devon County Council
E: michael.newcombe@devon.gov.uk
T: 01271 388496

Information films

Hi
Yes, we produced hese two, which have been accepted extremely well by the target audience. To be honest it's difficult to gauge how much effect they've actually had in terms of behaviour change, although it's worth pointing out that the main goal was always to attract the target audience to the website, which it has acheived:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4Gqmfa7qog
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-7b5l62f14


Response posted on 22nd December 2010 by:
David Bradley
East Sussex County Council
E: david.bradley@eastsussex.gov.uk
T: 01273 482293

u tube

one of your respondants has already mentioned the Embrace video that our partnership has a part in. The contact at SSRP is Neil Hopkins.


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