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UKROEd’s driver retraining responds to pandemic speeding demand with online service delivery

While lockdown led to a reduction in many crimes, speeding motorists abusing the empty roads led to an increased demand for driver retraining schemes; crisis communication consultant Amanda Coleman spoke to Ruth Purdie, Chief Executive Officer of UK Road Offender Education (UKROEd), about working with forces during the pandemic, the move to online retraining courses, and how the service will be delivered moving forwards.

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