COVID-19 Update (30 June 2020)

Staff are now returning to work due to customer demand. We have carried out a comprehensive risk assessment for all visitors and staff at our training centre, ensuring a safe and protected environment.

DVSA practical tests will be available from the middle of July. Contact Joe Dalton on 01392 42 62 42 to book you place.

We are also getting busy on construction and agricultural plant, forklift and other types of training. Driver CPC is still being offered online at a greatly reduced price.

Stamp out ‘Hate Crime’

Hate Crime is a criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by hostility or prejudice based on a persons race, religion,belief, sexual orientation, disability or because they are transgender.

Exeter Citizen paper confirm that Exeter has recognised as being a open and welcoming city and this is part of the reason for its success as a place to live or work. The massage from Exeter Community Safety Partnership is loud and clear: all forms of hate crime are completely unacceptable and will be dealt with robustly. Together with D&C Police, partner agencies and community leaders across Exeter are working to prevent hate crime, support victims and deal with the perpetrators in the most appropriate manner.

To report Hate Crime use: EMERGENCY 999 – SMS/TEXT 999 – Non emergency 101 – SMS/TEXT 67101 – EMAIL 101@DC.POLICE.UK

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