Guidance

Traffic Commissioners: administrative policy guidelines

Guidance detailing how various administrative matters shall be handled by the Traffic Commissioners.

Documents

The Traffic Commissioners' Appraisal Scheme 2017

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Complaints protocol and bias guidelines for Traffic Commissioners

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Administrative policy guidance no. 1: stakeholder engagement and consultation policy

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Administrative policy guidance no. 2: advice on travel and subsistence claims

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Administrative policy guidance no. 3: guidance on Traffic Commissioners' conduct

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Administrative policy guidance no. 4: guidance on induction training for Traffic Commissioners

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Administrative policy guidance no. 6: governance and internal reporting

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Details

These documents are the Senior Traffic Commissioner’s guidance and related publications which explain how administrative matters shall be handled by the Traffic Commissioners.

Published 4 January 2012
Last updated 20 April 2017 + full page history
  1. Guidance on induction and continuing development for Traffic Commissioners and their deputies amended.
  2. The stakeholder appraisal scheme, complaints protocol, administrative policy guidance No 2 and administrative policy guidance No 6 have been updated.
  3. The stakeholder engagement and consultation, administrative policy guidance No 1, has been revised and takes affect from May 2015. the revised guidance has been altered to take account of the Cabinet Office consultation principles and regulators code of 2014.
  4. Added administrative policy guidance documents 5 and 6.
  5. Administrative policy guidance updated.
  6. First published.