From our local rag oh how I laughed. Serco boss banned for speeding Wednesday, May 06, 2009, 14:301 reader has commented on this story. Click here to read their views. The boss of a company which operates 5,000 speed cameras has been banned from driving after driving at 103mph on a dual carriageway. Tom Riall, who is chief executive of Serco, the firm which has also overseen Stoke-on-Trent's reorganisation of secondary education, was caught by a police patrol car in Newmarket, Suffolk. He was clocked at 102.92mph in a blue Volvo on the eastbound section of the A14 just before 1pm on January 4. Riall, 49, of Ufton Nervet, near Reading, was banned from driving for six months by magistrates in Sudbury after having six points added to his licence for the offence. Just a year ago speed camera boss Tom Riall was supporting a road safety campaign called Safe Drive Stay Alive.