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Parking Review
Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
More than 70 staff at two of Britain’s law enforcement agencies have been disciplined for misusing the internet and social networking... continue
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Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
Merseyside Police's first “eye in the sky” arrest was a landmark moment  in policing history for two very different reasons. First... continue
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Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
The loss of thousands of blank DVLA logbooks has resulted in the theft of vehicles worth £13m, a BBC investigation claims. The Association of... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
The Metropolitan Police could have a £1.3m hole in its budget after an initiative to crackdown on uninsured vehicles in the capital failed to... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
A major crime operation, which saw a significant number of caravan thefts over the last three years, has been smashed after the prosecution of four... continue
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Yellow Lines
A retired police officer is so concerned about speeding cars outside his home that he has erected a bird box in his front garden which looks just... continue
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Payment systems
Isle of Wight Council has deployed crime-busting SmartWater traps after a spate of thefts either from or of pay & display (P&D) machines in... continue
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Yellow Lines
When Austrian Franz Muellner couldn’t find a parking space in Vienna he simply rolled a car out of the way to make room for his motor home.... continue
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Construction
Councillors have given the go-ahead to a new scheme to improve access to The Lanes car park in Brighton. The  work is the final stage in a... 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
New Transit
Rail News
Rail passengers worried about their safety want abusive and rowdy passengers stopped from catching the train and more visible police and staff... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
A pilot scheme in Brightlingsea is issuing bogus penalty charge notices (PCNs) to encourage drivers to be more considerate. The Considerate Parking... continue
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Yellow Lines
A man who went ‘fishing’ for film director Woody Allen's car keys through the letterbox of his London home using a bamboo stick has been... continue
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Enforcement News
Two civil enforcement officers (CEOs) have been arrested on suspicion of dealing drugs after they were filmed during a sting operation by The Daily... continue
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Crime
A London taxi driver who drove into a civil enforcement officer (CEO) has been jailed for six months. Martin Sadler, 56, admitted dangerous driving... continue
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Yellow Lines
A Nottinghamshire motorist has been caught ‘driving’ at 0mph by a speed camera twice, while parked outside his home. Jeff Buck received... continue
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Crime
Police in Greater Manchester have arrested a thief after he ran over and killed a woman trying to prevent him from stealing her car outside her home... continue
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Crime Lead Story
Two men stole a JCB mini-digger from a building site, smashed through a fence and used the vehicle to pull two pay &?display machines out of the... continue
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Crime
A motorist who drove at a parking attendant as he tried to place a penalty charge notice (PCN) on his windscreen has been banned from driving for 18... continue
Parking Review
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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