No. Nobody has an automatic right to a course after committing an offence. The only right a person has is the right to a fair trial if they decide to take the case before a magistrates court and challenge the accusation. NDORS is a concession offered at the discretion of the Chief Officer of the Force where the offence took place. All Police Forces have agreed to participate in the national collaborative arrangement, that if they want to divert offenders onto the nationally provided courses they will need to use NDORS. Some forces do have an alternative to NDORS and they are subject to the governance arrangements of the Force concerned. Offenders diverted onto these courses will normally have to travel back to the area where the offence took place to take the course, which is not the case with NDORS courses.
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