In the Community


The Partnership is committed to influencing drivers in order to improve driving knowledge and driving behaviour.

 work with road safety partners on a variety of campaigns and initiatives including:

- 'Licence to Kill?' - young driver theatre education programme

- 'Street Lights Mean 30' campaign

- THINK BIKE - driver awareness campaign

- 'Driving Business - Safely' - working with businesses to help manage occupational road risk

- Roadside signs - thanking motorists for their part in reducing casualties at fixed sites  

- YEARS (Youth Engagement Around Road Safety) - sixth forms, colleges, young offender events 

- Workshops for parish councillors

- Workshops for driving instructors

- Attendance at local events and presentations


In the Community

Offence numbers and casualty figures for 2016 04Sep

Offence numbers and casualty figures for 2016

Crash casualty and offence data has been published by the Kent & Medway Safety Camera Partnership

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