Venue: Atkins Floor 2, 2 Capital Quarter, Tyndall Street, Cardiff, CF10 4BZ
Teresa will discuss the background and issues for setting up a secure portal to receive motoring offence recordings from members of the public. She will discuss the strategies, perceived benefits and lessons learned from the process. She will discuss data security issues and how we can use this solution elsewhere in safety. For further information on Operation SNAP, please see www.gosafe.org
Teresa Ciano has been working with safety cameras since 2005 when she was employed by the then Mid & South Wales Safety Camera Partnership as a Data Analyst. Teresa was promoted to Operations Manager in 2009 and since 2017 has been the Partnership Manager for GoSafe, the Wales Road Casualty Reduction Partnership.
Teresa’s management office delivers Strategic planning, Project Support, Communications and Marketing, data and performance reporting as well as policy writing and compliance. She also oversees the work of four operational police units for GoSafe and two Central Ticket Offices.
Teresa has worked on a number of key projects for the partnership, including the formation of an All Wales Partnership, digitisation of fixed cameras and the introduction of an online traffic offence system for footage from the public (Operation SNAP).
Teresa leads on data for the Welsh Government Strategic Road Safety board and was appointed Chair of Road Safety Wales in May 2018. Recently, Teresa has overseen the adoption of operation Close Pass, with a successful trial complete this will now be rolled out across Wales.