CSW Online is a not-for-profit, social enterprise run by a small but efficient team led by its two directors Jan Jung and Simon Mansfield.

Based in the southeast of England, CSW Online was established in 2012 on the back of frustrations with the lack of measurable effects from their local Speedwatch group's extensive activity. The response from the local police was inconsistent, and the force-wide coordination was just a pipedream developed in a remote office at police headquarters - well-meant but far from enough to overcome the chronic disjointedness and low priority. The two volunteers decided that other, more profound measures needed to be established to make a nationwide scheme as effective as the potential clearly demonstrated.

The consistent approach to organisation, logical reasoning, sheer tenacity, their combined and wide-ranging skills-sets, but most of all an overarching ability to focus strictly on the core-problem and always deliver the best solution, the directors were awarded twice for their ideas and efforts in quick succession. In 2017, the team won the Home Office's Lord Ferrers Technical Award presented to them at a ceremony in London by the then Home Secretary, Amber Rudd. The following year, the team won the European Road Safety Award for their trailblazing organisational work.

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