Roads policing and criminal justice policy

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Patrick Breathen

Dear Metropolitan Police Service (MPS),

Please provide the following documents:

• Evidence and identification checklist
• Investigation of personal injury collisions - frontline checklist
• Registration and licensing offenses - frontline checklist
• When to complete a collision/accident report book (CARB) and COPA (T) frontline
• Youth offender frontline checklist
• Completing a traffic offence report - reporting officer checklist
• Vehicle defect rectification scheme Q&As
• Speed enforcement Q&As
• Driving documents Q&As
• Collision reporting Q&As
• Civil enforcement of moving traffic offences Q&As
• Non-collision allegations Q&As
• Traffic offence reports (TORs) Q&As
• Roads policing and criminal justice useful resources
• Roads policing and criminal justice more information
• Serious collisions policy
• RTA notify flowchart
• Personal injury collision (non-life-threatening) investigation flowchart
• Driving allegations (noncollision) flowchart
• Failure to complete driver refresher training flowchart
• Pre-emptive vehicle tactic flowchart - Met CC staff
• Guide to police drivers on the use of pre-emptive tactics flowchart

Yours faithfully,

Patrick Breathen

Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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Dear Mr Breathen,

Please see the attached in respect of your recent information request.
Our ref: 01/FOI/21/019729

Thank you.

Kind regards,

Data Office Triage Team | Information Rights Unit
Strategy & Insight | Strategy & Governance | METHQ | Metropolitan Police Service
Email: [email address]
Address: Information Rights Unit, PO Box 313, SIDCUP DA15 0HH

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