Should a driver's statement have been taken after my grandson was hit by a car

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Dear Kent Police,

My grandson was hit by a car on a pelican crossing and suffered severe traumatic brain injury. He was airlifted to King's trauma unit and was in a coma for four weeks, then Darent Hospital for three months and then four months at neuro-rehab.

Please can you advise about post RTA procedures or direct me to Kent Police procedures following an RTA.

Yours faithfully,

Mrs J A Newman

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Dear Mrs Newman,

I write in response to your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 received on 15 April 2013.

A number of Kent Police's Traffic Policing policies are available from the
Kent Police website, the most relevant to your request being policy P02
Road Traffic Collisions, which details the initial actions to be taken in
the event of a Road Traffic Collision (RTC), and subsequent actions during
the investigation.  The policy can be found at the following link:

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