The Road Safety Trust

Our governance

Police van parked across a road behind a Police road sign

The Road Safety Trust is charity is governed by a board of trustees and chaired by Ashton West OBE.

Trustees come from a range of backgrounds including the private sector, civil service, higher education, politics and crime reduction. The members of the Trust are the various Police forces throughout England.

The Road Safety Trust owns a wholly-owned trading subsidiary, UKROEd. This is a not-for-profit company which carries out the management and administration of the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) which is offered as an educational alternative to prosecution.

Its education of road offenders helps the Road Safety Trust meet its charitable objectives and serves as primary purpose trading.

Any surplus from the company’s activity is gifted to the Trust at the end of the financial year, so that we can fund road safety initiatives that will help make UK roads safer for all users.