UKROEd is owned by The Road Safety Trust, which is the largest independent grant-giving charity in the UK funding road safety initiatives.
The Road Safety Trust is a charity governed by a board of trustees.
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 Police Forces who participate in the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) operated by UKROEd.
Any surplus from UKROEd’s activity is donated to the Road Safety Trust at the end of the financial year to award in grants. UKROEd’s education of road offenders also helps the charity meet its objectives and serves as primary purpose trading.
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