The Road Safety Trust

A public authority

The trust has only police forces as members and so is subject to the Freedom of Information Act.

The trust owns UKROEd Ltd, a company which oversees the central administration, development, and quality of six courses currently offered by police officers as an educational alternative to prosecution, known as the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme. The trust distributes the surplus cash generated from operating the scheme.

We suggest making requests for information held by UKROEd Ltd to the trust but will be happy to list it separately if there are problems.

5 requests
Details on 2019 grant applications and awards
Response by The Road Safety Trust to Julian Todd on .

Partially successful.

Dear Mr Todd, Please find attached our response to your FOI request dated 8^th May 2020. With Kind Regards   Sally Lines OBE MSc Chief Execut...
Response by The Road Safety Trust to okmso on .


 Thank you for your e-mail. Please note that I am no longer the Chief Executive of the Road Safety Trust and do not have access to this account....
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Response by The Road Safety Trust to Ryan Jarvis on .


Dear Mr Jarvis, Thank you for your email below of 19th November. I can confirm that none of our staff (either Road Safety Trust or its trading subsidia...
Hi Lee The Road Safety Trust (RST) and UKROEd, the operating company of the RST, are not involved in motoring offence enforcement which is the respons...
Distribution of surplus cash
Response by The Road Safety Trust to Warren Peace on .


Dear Mr Peace Thank you for your inquiry via "What do they know?". I think that the easiest way to ensure that you have the full financial informatio...

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