Become a Road Justice local campaigner

Why should you become a Road Justice campaigner?

Now more than ever, we need to strengthen our local campaigner base to keep up the pressure on the criminal justice system to take bad driving seriously.

Over two thirds of police forces in England and Wales have responded to the Road Justice campaign’s call for the police to take a tougher approach to bad driving, with 85% of them supporting some or all of the campaign’s recommendations for improved roads policing. We now need campaigners in each police force area to work with the police to implement the recommendations.

The Ministry of Justice will conduct a review of driving offences and penalties over the next few months and the Sentencing Council will review sentencing guidelines for serious offences in 2015. CTC will respond to these consultations but we need campaigners to put pressure on these bodies to heed our call.

Show your support for Road Justice and become a campaigner today

Take a look at the presentation on the link below to learn more about what it means to be a Road Justice campaigner.

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  • President: Jon Snow
  • Chief Executive: Gordon Seabright
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