GLA Motorcycle Safety Consultation: Response

GLA Motorcycle Safety Consultation: Response

In 2015 PACTS submitted evidence to the Greater London Authority (GLA) consultation on Motorcycle Safety, titled London Motorcycle User Casualty – Analysis by residency (available here for download). The GLA has now (March 2016) released its response to the consultation, Easy Rider: Improving motorcycle safety on London’s roads (available here for download).

Rail Regulation: PACTS response to a call for evidence

Rail Regulation: PACTS response to a call for evidence

PACTS’ submission to the Department for Transport’s consultation document Rail Regulation – Call for Evidence is now available (here) in PDF format.

DfT Motoring Services Strategy Consultation: PACTS response

DfT Motoring Services Strategy Consultation: PACTS response

The Department for Transport (DfT) began a consultation seeking views on the strategic direction of their motoring services agencies over the life of this Parliament in November 2015, laid out in a document titled ‘Motoring Services Strategy: Consultation’. The DfT sought to reform the three main motoring services agencies so they are positioned to respond to changes in: motoring the way people and businesses operate in an increasingly digitally-driven world. PACTS […]

Transport Select Committee: Road Traffic Law Enforcement inquiry

Transport Select Committee: Road Traffic Law Enforcement inquiry

PACTS submission to the Transport Select Committee for its ‘Road Traffic Law Enforcement’ Inquiry has now been published on the Inquiry website. The document is available here in PDF format. PACTS Executive Director, David Davies, was also invited to give oral evidence to the inquiry on the 23rd November 2015, the transcript is available here.

Revising the Victims Code

Revising the Victims Code

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) began a consultation on a suggested update of the statutory Code of Practice for Victims of Crime, laid out in a consultation document titled ‘Revising the Victims Code’ in July 2015. The three main changes that were proposed within the document were: 1. To extend the services offered under the Code to victims of any criminal offence, not just victims of the more serious criminal offences that […]