Derby and Derbyshire Road Safety Partnership aims to reduce deaths and injuries on the county's roads through education, road improvements and policing.
The partnership was set up in April 2007 in response to a new approach to road safety funding by the government of the time.
The new approach saw the end of local safety camera partnerships, which were funded through speeding fines, and the launch of a new road safety grant scheme for councils.
Councils wishing to bid for grant funding were encouraged to form partnerships with other public sector organisations in their area with an interest in reducing road deaths and injuries.
The members of Derby and Derbyshire Road Safety Partnership are listed in the information on other websites section of this page.