Our Partners

Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner

As Chair of the Partnership, my ambition is for Warwickshire to really lead the way nationally on road safety. All partners share that determination to find new ways of ensuring that our county is as safe as it can be for all road users and pedestrians –
Philip Seccombe 

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“Every death or serious injury on Warwickshire’s roads is one too many. We are committed to working with our partners to do all that we can to protect people from harm on our roads. Together we will take a comprehensive approach involving  a wide range of different actions and initiatives to help us achieve this aim, linking education, engineering and enforcement.


From a policing perspective, we know the harm that speeding, and drink and drug driving can cause to our communities. We take enforcement of these crimes extremely seriously, and those who put themselves and others at risk by behaving in such ways can be assured that they will be caught and will face consequences for their actions.” – Warwickshire Police Chief Constable Debbie Tedds

Warwickshire County Council

Warwickshire County Council has the primary responsibility for road safety, and we take this responsibility very seriously. Working with partners through the partnership helps us enhance our work in Road Safety education and engineering –
Cllr Wallace Redford 

Warwickshire Fire and Rescue

Warwickshire Fire & Rescue Service values partnership working, as we know when we come together to tackle such important issues, we become greater than the sum of our parts.
This is a vital quality of the Road Safety Partnership, as together we can use our collective engineering, enforcement and education knowledge, skills and data to improve road safety, and reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on our roads. This collaborative approach also allows us to use all of our respective community networks, to ensure we effectively connect, engage and communicate with our road using public, to make Warwickshire a safer place. – Chief Fire Officer Ben Brooks

Key partners

  • National Highways
  • Public Health England
  • Borough/ District and Parish Councils
  • British Horse Society
  • Project Edward
  • TyreSafe
  • CIA (insurance)
  • Brake road safety charity
  • NPCC (National Police Chiefs Council)