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National driver alertness scheme

What is the scheme?

This scheme aims to educate drivers, rather than punish them for certain road traffic incidents.

It allows drivers to attend a course which aims to reduce crashes, injuries and deaths on the roads, and completion of the course will result in no further action being taken for your incident.

Who attends the course?

You will be given the opportunity to attend a national driver alertness course if you are involved in certain road traffic incidents.

Please note: If you're involved in another incident, under the same criteria, within 3 years of the completing the course you will not be offered the opportunity to attend the course.

How much does it cost?

The course costs £125.00 in Staffordshire. This may be different if you're attending outside of Staffordshire.

Refreshments are provided. Attendees are asked to bring a packed lunch or they can purchase snack lunches.

Where does the course take place?

Courses are held in either North Staffordshire, at SiTECH, or at Staffordshire Wildlife Trust HQ, near Rugeley.

PDF SiTech car parkSiTECH location map (117 KB)

Staffs Wildlife Trust location mapStaffordshire Wildlife Trust HQ location map (129 KB)

You can also choose to take this course in other police force regions.

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