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Police driver training: ‘Safety is absolutely our primary aim’

Inside Suffolk Constabulary

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“There’s a syllabus set by the College of Policing that, nationally, training packages will follow. So there’s a certain amount of stuff that we have to get across [to students]. The feedback from students has always been that having [my personal] experience, having ‘done it for a while’, bringing that in to the mix, is invaluable”. 

“When [students] come to us, we will teach them to drive systematically. This is road craft, the basics of police driving… Safety is absolutely our primary aim”. 

So says Suffolk Constabulary Driving Instructor Jeff Cribb, speaking with PolicingTV Presenter, Tom Gaymor about the work of the force’s Driver Training School. Jeff is joined in this video by one of the students on this police driver training course, the Port of Felixstowe Police’s Assistant Police Sergeant Stuart Clark.  

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