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RIDE

The RIDE course is offered to riders where certain traffic offences have been committed and are offered by Police Officers at the roadside or you have been recorded committing the offence on camera.

For example:-

  • Failure to comply with traffic directions, e.g. failure to comply with solid white line markings, stop signs, no entry signs, red traffic lights etc.

  • Neglect of pedestrian rights e.g. failing to stop or overtaking on a pedestrian crossing

  • Not being in proper control of the vehicle

This specially designed course have been developed by a national team and can be taken anywhere in the country. It is offered to riders of two wheeled vehicles aged 21 and over. Motorcyclists face different challenges and risks to car drivers and this course explores these risks in depth. Click here for further information.

 

How do I book my course in Humberside?

If you have been offered a RIDE course in Humberside, you can book your place on-line, over the phone or by post. 

 

Please read the booking instructions and our terms and conditions before you book your place.

  

Want to take the course in another area?

RIDE courses can be taken in other locations in England and Wales. You can look at course dates and availability by viewing the National Driver Offender Retraining scheme website.

Please note that this website is for information only, courses still have to be booked direct with the course provider.

 

Been offered a RIDE course in another area of the country and want to take the Humberside course?

If you have been offered a RIDE course by another police force area but want to take the course in Humberside, we may be able to offer you a place. Please follow the special instructions to book your place on-line or ring 01482 399065 between 9am – 1pm.

 

Contacting us

By phone – you can ring us on 01482 399065 during the hours of 9am – 1pm Monday to Friday.

E-mail: The Central Ticket Office at

safetyawarenesscourses@humberside.pnn.police.uk

 

By post – please write to us at:-

Humberside Police,

Central Ticket Office,

Diversion Scheme Section,

PO Box 183,

Beverley,

East Riding of Yorkshire,

HU17 8GW

 

Personal Data

In deciding to offer you a driver safety course Humberside Police has checked your details against a national database to establish if you have completed a similar course within the last three years of this offence.

 

If you decide to accept the course and take it in Humberside we will hold your details.  If you take a course outside of the Humberside area your driving licence number and additional information will be passed to the course provider for that area.

 

If you complete the course, your details relating to this course will remain on file for road safety research purposes for a further seven years from the date of offence, after which any personal reference to you will be erased.

 

Your details will not be released to any other parties except a Police Force if they are considering making an offer of a course in the future or to those involved in the original offence, which is a legal requirement.

 

Your personal details will not at any time be made available to the public.

 

If you fail to complete the course or if the offer is withdrawn your personal details relating to this matter will be erased from the national database.