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Enforcement News Lead Story
Mark Moran
A new code of practice covering the use of surveillance cameras by public bodies such as local authorities and the police has been published by the... continue
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Technology
Audax be showed its body-worn video (BWV) technology at Parkex. The company claimed use of BWV can dramatically enhance the gathering of primary... continue
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Articles
Patrick McDonnell
A new offence of drug driving in England, Scotland and Wales was unveiled in the Queen’s Speech. The offence could incur a prison term of six... continue
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Viewpoint
Viv Nicholas
Are we spending too much time focussing on enforcement, and perhaps holding the wrong end of the stick? Perhaps a better analogy is to think about... continue
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Introduction
Mark Moran
The Protection of Freedoms Bill proposes to outlaw clamping on private land in England and Wales, as well as imposing new limitations on the use of... continue
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Car Crime Lead Story
Viv Nicholas
The European Secure Vehicle Alliance is leading the debate on preventing auto-crime, explains Viv Nicholas The car is a fantastic invention, but... continue
Categories: ANPR, crime, police, DfT, DVLA, Home Office
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Parking Policy
The Home Office has launched a consultation on a new code of practice governing the use of closed circuit television (CCTV) systems and other... continue
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Enforcement News
The Crime and Security Bill was been given Royal Assent before Parliament was dissolved last week. The clamping provisions of the new Act introduce... continue
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People News
The British Parking Association (BPA) has appointed Gary Lee as the new head of the Approved Operator Scheme. Lee has a background in car park... continue
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Debates
I was intrigued by the editorial and letters in the February edition of Parking Review regarding dealing with the media and the Approved Operators... continue
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Crime
The number of crimes solved by the Metropolitan Police using CCTV has fallen dramatically over the past five years. The proportion of all crimes... continue
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People News
Paul Caddy, director of group operations for the debt recovery company Marston Group, has been elected as new vice chairman of the Association of... continue
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Enforcement News
Drivers who feel they have been unfairly clamped on private land will be able to appeal to an independent tribunal, Home Office minister Alan... continue
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Enforcement News
Tory MP Greg Knight has warned the government is set to introduce a £15 surcharge on parking offences and other fixed penalty offences. The... continue
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News Lead Story
The Citizens Advice Bureau is calling for more focused regulations on unfair practices by private parking companies. In the three years from April... continue
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Case Studies
Deniz Huseyin
Anthony Barnett, a reporter on Channel 4’s Dispatches, set out to discover how effective police community support officers really are Since... continue
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Debates
Clamping is one of those ‘red button’ topics that certain newspapers push whenever they need to give their readers  a break from... continue
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Clamping
Vehicle clamping on private clamping should be banned, Liberal Democrat shadow transport secretary Norman Baker has urged. He told transport... continue
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Articles
Andy Drane, director of compliance and enforcement at the Security Industry Authority (SIA) is to retire at the end of September. Drane is credited... continue
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