The new RoadPeace campaign – Fix our Broken Justice System – was launched on Monday September 25, 2023 with the support of BBC Breakfast.
The campaign has been launched by RoadPeace, the national charity for road crash victims, with the support of bereaved families, to:
- Raise public awareness about the way the justice system has failed families bereaved by road crashes and victims who have been injured in collisions on the UK’s roads
- Urge the Government to make vital changes to the law to prevent road crime, increase general deterrence against road traffic offending, ensure that adequate sentencing is passed and provide better protection and compassion for road crash victims and bereaved families during the justice process
Well done to Debbie Clack & Donna Barnham, Calvin Buckley, Claire Reynolds and Summer & Jason Mace, who courageously shared their tragic stories to launch the campaign.
Thank you, as ever, to Detective Chief Superintendent Andy Cox, NPCC lead for fatal collision investigation and patron of RoadPeace, for his articulate interview on behalf of RoadPeace, and for his unwavering support for our charity.
Read more about the Fix our Broken Justice System campaign here.
Updated on: 26 September 2023