In addition, the registered owners of the majority of commercial vehicles and vans reported to Operation Crackdown are sent information relating to the COSTS Project, which aims to reduce collisions and injuries amongst this important road user group. This is a recent addition to the Operation Crackdown interventions and has seen many company operators making use of the free resources on offer to help keep their drivers safe on the roads.
A typical letter of advice will contain details of the alleged offence, information about the legislation surrounded the alleged offence and the consequences of that vehicle being reported again. If the vehicle is registered to a young driver, then that person may receive a personal intervention at their home address from officers of the Road Policing Casualty Reduction Unit.
Contact details supplied by the person making the report will not be shared. – See more at: http://www.sussexsaferroads.gov.uk/operation-crackdown/what-happens-to-reports.html#sthash.y0dQAvfi.dpuf