For many years RoadPeace has been helping road crash victims find their way at a time when the simplest of tasks seemed overwhelming. We hope we will be able to help you too.
Campaigning for Justice
Our work covers the key areas of collision investigation, inquests, criminal prosecution and sentencing, civil compensation, and victims’ rights. We monitor the developments, analyse the evidence and lobby for a justice system that reduces danger to us all and also complements the government’s ambition to get people out of cars and onto their feet and bicycles.
Founded on the principle of road danger reduction, RoadPeace supports reducing road danger at source. This means effective traffic law enforcement targeting those posing the greatest risks to others, especially vulnerable road users. And vehicles that are better designed, equipped and operated.
RoadPeace understands the importance of remembering family and friends who have died and we encourage remembrance in a number of different ways.
Take action today and make a difference. What you need to do and why it is needed will be explained.
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- In its Lawless Roads report of May this year, one of the problems highlighted by RoadPeace was the lack of […]
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- So the government has announced an urgent review of cycle safety. This comes after the appeal by Matthew Briggs, the […]
RoadPeace is the national charity for road crash victims and is a membership organisation. Members include those who have been bereaved or injured in road crashes and also those who are concerned about road danger.