One of Website Design Cheltenham‘s clients- Road Death Investigations is due to feature on ITV1’s Testing Britain’s Worst Drivers: Crash Course
The programme is due to air on Wednesday July 16th at 9pm.
About this programme- In the vast majority of car accidents a bad driver is to blame. In this unique crash test experiment, two of the nation’s worst motorists come face to face with the consequences of their dangerous driving. Jason, a shop owner from Blackpool, is aggressive on the road and ignores red traffic lights as well as speed limits, while Laura, a student from Surrey, is constantly distracted and uses her mobile phone at the wheel.
Will the shock of what this pair experience help them change their ways for good? Jamie Theakston narrates.
Keith Fagan of Road Death Investigations was commissioned by the programme makers to provide expert opinion on the outcome of the collisions.
Road Death Investigations is run by Keith Fagan. He has 31 years policing experience of which 20 years were served within Roads Policing. 10 years as a Sergeant, 2 years as Roads Policing Unit Inspector and 4 years’ experience in Road Safety and Traffic Management, where he was responsible for training of Road Death Senior Investigating Officers and for reviewing both criminal and Coroners’ case files, overseeing all road deaths within the County as well as management of the Constabulary Roads Policing Family Liaison Officers.
- Providing independent expert reviews of Road Death and Road Traffic Collisions and procedures.
- Servicing Police Forces, Law Agencies, Insurance and Legal Organizations- as well as private individuals with expert assistance, guidance and advice.
- Providing presentations on Road Death Investigation and associated matters.
So if you are looking for help with a fatal or severe traffic collision Keith Fagan is the person to talk to.
To contact him, please either
Ring him on +44 (0) 7920 795858
or Email him on: firstname.lastname@example.org
or see his website at:
Naturally we have updated the server to take account of any spike in traffic in the evening or subsequent days.
For more details on the programme, please see:http://www.radiotimes.com/episode/cyvzdf/testing-britains-worst-drivers-crash-course