UKROEd is a private not-for-profit company, which conducts the management and administration of the NDORS Scheme on behalf of the Police service. It was necessary to develop UKROEd as the scheme has grown considerably and now involves hundreds of thousands of users each year. The establishment of UKROEd as a company with its own board of directors ensures robust governance of the scheme.
The name UKROEd is derived from United Kingdom Road Offender Education – emphasising its focus on the education and training of drivers who commit low end offences across the UK.
The functions of UKROEd are to provide course specification, quality assure trainers and providers and enable the public to choose where to attend anywhere in the UK, as well as the collection and distribution of course provider administration charges and police force Enforcement Cost Recovery charges respectively.
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