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UKROEd 3 YEAR STRATEGY 2019-2021

The UKROEd 3 Year Strategy 2019-2021 sets out the vision, goals, priorities, foundations and values as well as outlining our strategic map for the next three years. Follow the link below to find out more: https://s3-eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/kalo/ndors/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/21135019/UKROEd-3-YEAR-STRATEGY-2019-2021.pdf

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UKROEd Report on Financial Year 2018-19

This is our 2018/19 annual report on the achievements and issues we have met over the last 12 months. The role of UKROEd is to assist police forces to offer high-quality courses, consistently in all force areas, so as to change behaviour and play our important part in the reduction of collisions and injury to […]

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Great feedback from a satisfied client

We were very gratefuI to receive the following feedback: “I attended your Motorway Awareness Course today at The Swallow Hotel Waltham Abbey. It was an exceptional course and the two experts were indeed just that. Their contact with all the attendees was heartfelt and I warmed to them very quickly. Totally professional in every department […]

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UKROEd board honours Ian Aspinall 

Members of the UKROEd board had their opportunity to congratulate Ian Aspinall for his long service to the organisation, and to wish him well in retirement. Ian, who retired at the end of March, attended a board meeting in late June, where UKROEd chair Suzette Davenport QPM presented him with a beautiful watch and a […]

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Governments must take the lead to reduce road death and serious injury

A report out today from The Road Safety Foundation and Ageas Insurance calls for two clear actions where the government can take an immediate lead to reduce the number of fatal and serious crashes and deliver high returns to society. “How Safe Are You on Britain’s Main Road Networks?” says Government must set disciplined safety […]

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Red X motorway lane offences: cameras are now live

ROAD SAFETYand breakdown organisations are warning motorists that motorway cameras are being used to detect drivers who use lanes with a red x. A red X tells drivers and riders that a lane is closed and must not be used. The system, which went live on Monday 10 June, allows cameras to record an driver […]

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ALL COURSE PROVIDERS, COST & CONTACT DETAILS

The most up to date lists of course providers, cost and contact details are now available to view.  From the home page just click the heading ‘The Courses’, scroll down and click the link for the ‘document library’ and then select ‘course provider location & contact details’ – you will be able to access the […]

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Road Safety Trust podcast: dangerous drivers and the law

Researchers from the University of Leicester led by Professor Sally Kyd issue a warning that too many prosecutions for dangerous driving fail to materialise, due to lack of funding and regional inconsistencies in Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) demands on police. Publishing a report at the end of a research project funded by the Road Safety Trust, […]

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Too many dangerous drivers escape justice, researchers warn

Researchers from the University of Leicester led by Professor Sally Kyd have issued a warning that too many prosecutions for dangerous driving fail to materialise, due to lack of funding and regional inconsistencies in Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) demands on police.   Publishing a report at the end of a research project funded by the […]

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Drug driving prosecutions double in 2018

A record 10,215 cases in England and Wales were sent to court in 2018 compared with 5,368 during the previous 12 months, according to data published by the Ministry of Justice. Since new laws came into force in March 2015, there is virtually zero tolerance for drivers apprehended with illegal substances such as heroin, cocaine […]

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