The Road Victims Trust has a small team of four full-time and three part-time paid staff who ensure that the service we offer is delivered efficiently, effectively and with compassion.
Management & Administration
Mark Turner – Chief Executive
Kay Marter – Regional Fundraiser
Frances Bourne – Coordinator
Sarah Jones – Coordinator
Susanne Freer – Coordinator
As well as paid staff the Trust has a growing team of dedicated Counselling Volunteers. Without these volunteers we could not provide the full service over such a wide area. All our Counselling Volunteers have a counselling background and have successfully completed the Trust’s training in bereavement, trauma and the investigative and legal processes associated with serious road collisions so they can provide the best possible support for as long as it is useful. It is very challenging work and without the Counselling Volunteers we would not be able to support the numbers of people we do.
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In September 2013 the Road Victims Trust was self-assessed as working at Level 1 of the PQASSO quality assurance system specifically designed for use by voluntary and community organisations.
Our Chief Executive
Mark Turner took on the role of Chief Executive of The Road Victims Trust in May 2014. Previously Mark served 30 years as a Police Officer in Bedfordshire retiring at the rank of Chief Superintendent. His past experiences include working within Roads Policing, Firearms Command, Hostage Negotiation and Public Order Incidents.
Latterly he served as Commander of Local Policing ensuring the delivery of uniformed policing across the county. Mark is passionate about the rights of victims and their loved ones.
Mark is married to Sharon and they have 4 grown-up children.