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Privacy statement for NDORS courses

Privacy Statement – NDORS Course Bookings

The information you provide will be recorded on a national system managed by UKROEd Limited, who develop and administer the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme on behalf of the police.

Your information may be shared with the police force that offered you the course to verify your identity, to update their records, and to ensure you are eligible for the course. If you complete the course your data will be retained on the national system for three and a half years to check your eligibility for future course offers.

Once registered you can access and update your information at any time by visiting the  NDORS website. For information on how your data will be processed please view the NDORS privacy policy

We will only use your data for the purpose of processing your course offer. Your data will not be used for marketing purposes. For more information on how we will process your data please call our Road Safety Team on 0300 111 8012 or visit the Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership website.

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