Scotland’s Campaign against Irresponsible Drivers - Supporting Victims of Road Crashes

Organisations offering support and information for victims and victim families

Global Allaince of NGO's for Road Safety    The Alliance was established in 2011 by NGO members of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) and currently represents more than 250 member NGOs working in road safety from more than 90 countries around the world.


COPFS   Complaints Handling Procedure    Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service  - Complaints handling, comments, procedures, guidance and forms. 


Police Scotland Road Death Investigation Manual  Road Death Investigation Manual an updated version - Version 3.0 of the Police Scotland RDIM was published on 21/09/2015. 


Scottish Government - Crime, Justice and the Law The Scottish Government has launched a new website providing victims and witnesses with

information on crime, justice and the law. Information includes; Reporting a crime, Courts and Sentencing, Prisons and Parole, Young people and

the law, Your rights and the law, Help support and advice, Claiming compensation.


Brake Bereavement Pack that is given to a family at the time of a road death in Scotland but which might be useful for other members of the family and friends to access.


Brake campaigns to stop the carnage of road collisions and also supports the victims.


Aberdeen Action on Disability Organisation to give a helping hand to people with physical and sensory disabilities


FEVR: European Federation of Road Traffic Victims.


Human Rights Consortium Scotland: an independent network of civil society organisations working together to address the gap in knowledge about human rights.


Living Streets: UK based - formerly pedestrian association - working to improve the quality of our streetspace.


RoadPeace: the UK charity providing support for victims of road crashes (these are rarely accidents) and campaigning for justice, road safety and road danger reduction.


Road Safety THINK! is the Department of Transport’s dedicated road safety website with guidance and information for all road users.


RoSPA: The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.


World Day of Remembrance is now confirmed on Sunday 17 November 2019.