Prince Michael Awards: nominations invited as deadline looms

12.00 | 1 July 2013 | | 1 comment

Nominations are invited for the 2013 Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards before the deadline of 5 August.

Organised and managed by RoadSafe, the Prince Michael Awards recognise achievements and innovation which will improve road safety. Outstanding international road safety initiatives are given public recognition through the scheme.

This year, the awards will be presented under five categories which are based on the five pillars of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety. They are: road safety management; safer roads; safer vehicles; safer road users; and post crash response.

In 2012, the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) picked up the much acclaimed ‘Premier Award’. NDORS, operated by all UK police forces, offers a diversion from prosecution into driver education for motorists who have committed a low level offence.

Click here for more information about the Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards which are open to any team, organisation or business.


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    Whatever the merits or otherwise of the NDORS scheme, it is entirely unacceptable as a matter of fundamental principle that, for the first time since they were founded in 1829, police forces now have a direct financial interest in imposing penalties.

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