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The Suffolk Roadsafe Board is a non-statutory Board which was created in May 2007 to bring together the main agencies involved in road safety in the county.  It comprises representatives from Suffolk Constabulary, Suffolk County Council, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service, the Highways Agency, the East of England Ambulance Service and the Police and Crime Commissioner.

There are a core of board members who attend the Suffolk Roadsafe Board with additional officer support.  The current elected members are:


Cllr James Finch - Suffolk County Council (Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport)


Tim Passmore, Police and Crime Commissioner

Cllr Matthew Hicks - Suffolk County Council (Cabinet Member for Environment and Public Protection)

For more information about the Board, please contact us.

The aim of the partnership is to make the roads of Suffolk safer for all, with each of the partners having specific duties and capabilities.  The boards function is to oversee the strategy development and implementation, and ensure there is co-ordination between the partners.  This means that, particularly in a time of restrained budgets, the most efficient use of resources can be achieved.