** RoadPeace head office has moved to new premises **

Our new address is 3rd Floor, 3Space International House, 6 Canterbury Crescent, Brixton, London, SW9 7QD and  should be used for all correspondence from now on.

Finding Support

The aftermath of a road crash is devastating. We help bereaved families cope and build resilience through peer support, our local group network, befriending service and trauma support programmes. We also provide information guides on navigating the justice system and help with seeking fair compensation for bereaved families and seriously injured victims.

Campaigning for Justice

RoadPeace works to reform the justice system. Our aim is for improvements in the way the justice system responds to crashes, for victims to be treated better and safer roads. We campaign on victims' rights, collision investigation, inquests, criminal prosecution and sentencing, and civil compensation. We monitor developments, analyse the evidence and lobby for a justice system that reduces danger.

Get Involved

RoadPeace relies on the support of individuals and organisations to keep doing our work. Find out more about how to get involved here.

Latest News and Releases

  • Tyred Campaign Success

    On 10th September 2012, Michael Molloy aged 18, Kerry Ogden aged 23 and Colin Daulby aged 63 were killed after […]

February 25, 2021

New support services for road crash victims in West Mercia

Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion, is backing RoadPeace to delivering two new support groups that will offer those that […]
February 25, 2021

London Mayoral Manifesto 2021

RoadPeace have published a manifesto with asks for London mayoral candidates. Elections are this May, delayed from last year due […]
February 25, 2021

Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and Main Roads

John Stewart (who is a key campaigner for the Stop Heathrow’s 3rd runway campaign) became RoadPeace Chair in late 1996. […]
 

About Us

 

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.