A number of changes changes in Lesley Young’s Policy and Chief Driving Examiner team:
Jacqui Turland will step up to be the ADI Registrar. Jacqui has been closely involved in ADI work and decisions for some time in her capacity as Deputy Registrar. Jacqui has been with the agency for 13 years holding various posts previously she was Deputy CBT Register Manager and she has also worked in communications, policy and Data Protection. Prior to joining the agency she worked as a civilian administrator for the Metropolitan Police. She worked at various locations including New Scotland Yard and in various jobs including the forensic service.
Mark Magee will continue to head up the Central Policy Team, which provides policy advice and support across the Agency. He will therefore continue to have an input into ADI policy, and continue to lead and oversee implementation of the ADI Part 3 changes.
Guy Chamberlain will concentrate on the theory test, handling business as usual work involving content and focusing on the design and future development of the test.
Bob Hannigan will take responsibility for DVSA’s National Standards and Training Accreditation services, including Driver CPC and the Drink Drive Rehabilitation scheme.
Neil Wilson retains responsibility for driver training and testing.
Mark Winn retains responsible for motorcycle and vocational services.