Research and analysis

National Speed Awareness Course: impact evaluation

Assesses the effects of the National Speed Awareness Course on the subsequent re-offending of participants.


Impact evaluation of the National Speed Awareness Course

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The Department for Transport commissioned this evaluation to assess the effects of taking part in the National Speed Awareness Course (NSAC) and the likelihood of participants re-offending afterwards. The NSAC may be offered by the police to low-level speeders in lieu of a fine and penalty points.

Published 14 May 2018