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Good behaviour: Motorists may respond better to ‘a steer rather than a sanction’

Project Galileo represents a fundamental rethink of how we can make a difference to tackling harm on our roads. In the latest in a series of articles on the ground-breaking work of the project, criminologist Dr Helen Wells explains her role as academic adviser to Project Galileo, including the significance of behavioural change and procedural justice approaches to the project’s work.

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