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The short answer is no I'm afraid.
There is a victim's right of review but that is of a prosecutor's decision not to bring charges rather than the decision of the police not to investigate.
There may be many reasons for this. One might be resource says. Another might be but their view is that it is a road traffic matter and not one amounting to a criminal offence.
I'm afraid that is a discussion that police retain. There has never been prosecution on demand in the UK.
Can I clarify anything for you?
You can ask them. They may refuse to avoid reprisals. They can be very hit and miss about that. worth asking.
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