TTC delivers the Driving 4 Change course on behalf of the following Police forces: Avon and Somerset, Cumbria, Devon and Cornwall, North Wales, South Wales, Gwent, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Mercia and West Midlands. The course is available at 22 venues across these areas.
The Driving 4 Change scheme was launched in 2012 by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) under the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS). It was introduced to give the Police discretion to offer drivers who commit certain road traffic offences the opportunity to attend a course as an alternative to prosecution or the Fixed Penalty system of a fine and penalty points.
The Driving 4 Change course aims to raise a driver’s awareness of their individual driving performance and driving style, which led to the incident that brought the driver to the Police’s attention.
If you have been referred to a Driving 4 Change Course and would like to book now, please call the Contact Centre on 0330 024 1805 to speak to a member of the team who will be more than happy to assist.
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