SCP Guidelines – updated version published

09.30 | 24 July 2009 | | 5 comments

An updated version of Road Safety GB’s School Crossing Patrol Guidelines, along with the guidelines for SCPs working on light controlled crossings and the training programme for SCP supervisors/managers, have been added to the members’ section of this website.

The updated version replaces the SCP guidelines dated June 2008. Any suggested further amendments or changes from RSOs should be emailed to Richard Hall, and will be considered by the SCP Advisors’ Group.

Access to the members’ section is for Road Safety GB members only – click here to register if you have not already done so.


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    Please could you let me know how many cars need to be using a road over an hour time frame to determine whether a road is classed as having a high, medium or low traffic flow? Many thanks.

    Helen Adams, Holton St Mary
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    If road safety guidelines are changed by the government they should be available by this website as these guidelines should be public knowledge, and yes you can contact you local road safety officer who, generally speaking will be able to help why can the public not access this information themselves.

    Lynn Burns, Northumberland
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    What’s the point in having a public website when the public can’t get the information they want/need

    Mr R Don – Ifracoombe
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    While it is true to say that members of the public can not access the document directly via the website,they should contact their local Road Safety Officer who, generally speaking, will be able to help. However, I note that the previous writer is from Northern Ireland and I am not sure that the suggestions of good practice contained in the document are appplied there.

    Brian H. Road Safety GB
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    Why can members of the public not get access to the updated guidelines for SCPs?

    Jayne Moore, Northern Ireland
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