Prevention is also targeted at BESIP, which is part of the Ministry of Transport. "Together with the BESIP shelf, reflective vest are distributed to people for free. Since the beginning of the year, nearly 15,000 have been donated. Furthermore, the Czech Tourists Club will give 10 thousand reflection elements, for example. At this year's Moto salon in Brno, 10 thousand will be handed out, "said Tomas Neola, spokesman for the Ministry of Transport.
During March and April, BESIP plans to hand out 100,000 of these items.
From the new duty of shining, some municipalities also promise to limit prostitution. The women waiting on the road tend to refuse to reflex reflective tapes. "We believe there will be more controls and the presence of the police discourages potential customers from stopping prostitutes," said MF DNES deputy mayor in Nomo Robert Vanes.
For example, in Vipers, prostitutes now control more. "In our cadastre, we stand on the outpost to the border where we can use the controls. I see another sub-lever in that, "said Peter Majorly, Chief of Police at the local police.
The police presidium, however, claims that its people are not specifically targeted at prostitutes. "As a rule, the police do not as a rule investigate the reason for the pedestrian on the road during his / her activity in relation to road safety. It is important that the purpose of the law is met and that the pedestrian is sufficiently visible to other road users. The purpose of this legal regulation was certainly not to fight prostitution, but to make pedestrians more visible, "added the spokesman Josef Boca.