Road safety professionals

As the national lead for roads policing I am passionate about the subject of roads policing and believe that all officers and staff have a role to play in ensuring that fewer people are killed and seriously injured on our roads.

Enforcement of the ‘fatal four’ offences of driving under the influence of drink or drugs, inappropriate speed, use of the mobile phone whilst driving and the non-wearing of seat belts are critical to success and must be combatted effectively if we are to continue to achieve safer outcomes for road users.

The Drive iQ campaign is very relevant and I hope that people will listen now and change behaviours, instead of having to face the reality of a police officer arriving after an incident has occurred.
Suzette Davenport
Gloucestershire’s Chief Constable

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Drive iQ Demo

Please take a moment to watch a few clips about Drive iQ

Use Drive iQ as a stand alone resource or to complement other young driver programmes you run.

Drive iQ in action

Drive iQ is a FREE online education platform for novice & young drivers.

By putting young people through potentially hazardous road scenarios in a virtual environment Drive iQ accelerates frontal lobe maturation (not usually fully developed until early – mid twenties) and improves the skills often neglected by young drivers, such as anticipating:

  • Danger
  • Risk management
  • Considering emotional response
  • Being a responsible passenger.

Drive iQ was used as part of Thames Valley Police’s award-winning Young Driver Scheme.  An independent evaluation showed a greater reduction in recidivism when young offenders used Drive iQ in conjunction with a workshop.


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