The PCC has a contract in place with Hartlepool Council who manage the National Driver Offender Re-Training Scheme (NDORS) in Cleveland.
Unlike many commercial organisations, Hartlepool Council delivers this contract on a not-for-profit basis. In doing so, it provides funds for the PCC to invest in Road Safety Initiatives.
In line with the governance arranagements put in place by the PCC, the Cleveland Road Safety Partnership then assesses any bids for funding before recommending to the PCC those that they support and believe will help with Road Safety.
The PCC has received three bids that have support from the Road Safety Partnership for approval as follows:
- Purchase of 3D Laser Scanner – £72,930.95
- Training for Advanced Vehicle Examiners – £10,592.50
- Safety Cameras – £37,810
The details that support these bids are attached to this decision record form.