JRSOs volunteer in each North Lanarkshire primary school to raise awareness of road safety with fellow pupils, teachers, parents and the community.
"On behalf of the council, thank you to all our JRSOs across North Lanarkshire for their hard work."
The scheme puts children in control of highlighting road safety issues within their own school, while giving senior pupils the opportunity to become JRSOs
for a year.
claimants, JRSO was awarded title to identifiable works.
those works, petitioners had to pay a service charge to the JRSO to
play a very important role, raising awareness of road safety among the whole school community," said Jo Glennie, Assistant Business Manager in the Roads Service.
knowledge about deploying units and conducting JRSO
with full modified
Molly said: "I wanted to be a JRSO because I thought I had a few good ideas for the school.
They've appointed four Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSOs) from the school whose job it is to spread the word about road safety.
"The pupils volunteer to take on the role of JRSO
, showing real commitment to making a difference, so our training days give them information and support to achieve their goals during the year ahead."
Each school has a JRSO
coordinator, a member of staff within the school, to support their comprehensive work.
Our Safe and Sustainable Travel team work with JRSOs
and teachers in schools to raise awareness of cycling safety, and this competition was a fun way to highlight this."