Kent County Council is a licensed service provider for the delivery of National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme Courses (NDORS) and has provided these services to the Kent Police Driver Diversionary Partnership since 2008. These services have been formalised through an agreement between Kent Police and Kent County Council.
The primary focus of the service is to re-educate low end driving offenders in order to reduce road casualties, through delivery of National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme Courses. Kent Police wish to retain KCC’s services for the continued delivery of this training.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Expenditure or savings of more than £1m;
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Division affected: (All Division);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 09/01/2018
Decision due: Not before 6th Feb 2018 by Cabinet Member for Planning, Highways, Transport and Waste
Reason: In order that the proposed decision can be ublished for a minimum of 28 days, in accordance with statutory requirements
Lead member: Cabinet Member for Planning, Highways, Transport and Waste
Lead director: Roger Wilkin
Contact: David Beaver, Head of Waste Management and Business Services 03000 411620 Email: email@example.com.
The proposal was considered and endorsed by Members of the Environment and Transport Committee on 31 January 2018.
Financial implications: Fees for these course are regulated by the governing body the National Driver Offender Retraining Schemes. Part of the services to be provided will include booking and scheduling of Clients, administering payments and delivering the training. The provision of courses are are fully self funded with no detrimental affect on existing budgets.
Legal implications: KCC will work closely with Invicta Law in the development of the new Memorandum Of Understanding
Equalities implications: Where services are provided, these can be tailored to meet appropriate special requirements