• Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cambridge

Funding allocations from Road Casualty Reduction and Support Fund

16 August 16

Decision:

To approve the funding request for part-funding a PhD student from Loughborough University for three years to look in detail at crashes that cause severe injury and death, in particular examining the types of drivers that are involved in these

Decision Summary:

Following approval by the Business Co-ordination Board (“BCB”) on 11 August 2016, the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner agreed to the funding as set out in the BCB paper, being £7,700 in 2016/17, £10,352 in 2017/18 and £10,915 in 2018/19, drawn from the wider Casualty Reduction and Support Fund. This provides the remaining necessary funding after the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Road Safety Partnership successfully bid into a national Road Safety Trust Fund and were awarded with £100k of the £129k needed to fund a PhD student from Loughborough University for three years to look in detail at crashes that cause severe injury and death, in particular examining the types of drivers that are involved in these.


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