Safe Drive Stay Alive 2011 | CSG Home page
Around 5,200 fifth year students watched the Safe Drive Stay Alive roadshow over its four-day run at the Beach Ballroom in Aberdeen in November.
The roadshow is designed and run to target school pupils, but a free evening session is also put on, which was attended by around 600 people this year.
More than 300 pupils filled out an online survey after watching the show.
All of the comments from the pupils will be studied and taken on board to make sure next year's show is as effective as possible.
Chairman of the Aberdeenshire Community Safety Partnership Willie Munro, said:
"The number of people, and more particularly young people, killed and injured on our roads continues to reduce and there can be no doubt that Safe Drive Stay Alive has been a major factor in that success.
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Safe Drive Stay Alive is sponsored by Apache and Petrofac and involves a number of partner organisations working together to improve road safety.
The partners are Aberdeenshire Council, Grampian Police, Grampian Fire and Rescue Service, Scottish Ambulance Service, NHS Grampian and Aberdeen City Council.
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