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Parking Review
Debates
With hard times ahead, Professor Ken Pease challenges predictions that the economic downturn will spark a crime wave. Recent headlines like... continue
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Yellow Lines
A taxi driver is prepared to go to jail rather than accept a 160-year-old law banning him from leaving his cab to spend a penny. David Finnegan was... continue
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Enforcement News
Transport for London (TfL) has won an award for the use of personal digital assistants (PDA) in the fight against fare evasion and staff abuse. The... continue
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Enforcement News
Some 50,000 bags of litter are dumped on the M25 and its link roads each year, according to figures released by the Conservatives. The figures, from... continue
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Enforcement News
Two private hire taxi drivers have been prosecuted for touting for fares after a Manchester City Council investigation. Mohammed Shafiq was ordered... continue
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Operational
NCP Manchester says its introduction of mobile customer support teams using bicycles to patrol car parks and check on daily systems maintenance is... continue
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Awards
The deadline for submissions to the ?British Parking Awards 2009 has been extended to Monday 12 January. The extension has become a traditional... continue
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Safer Parking
Eleven of Spelthorne Borough Council’s car parks have successfully gained Park Mark status in the British Parking Association’s Safer... continue
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Partnership Working
The Met Police, transport operators and a London borough are making effective use of a shared CCTV control room A control room which provides the... continue
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Yellow Lines
A car thief who had his name and date of birth tattooed on his neck was caught after CCTV images of him were used to track him down. The... continue
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Enforcement News
Parking regulations are not being enforced in west Belfast due to the threat of violence against civil enforcement officers (CEOs) by... continue
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Enforcement News
Parking regulations are not being enforced in west Belfast due to the threat of violence against civil enforcement officers (CEOs) by dissident... continue
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Articles
The chief superintendent of the Stockport Police has awarded Marston Group’s Darren Connor a special commendation for his work with the... continue
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Crime
A dispersal zone aimed at curtailing anti-social behaviour has been introduced at a Devon seaside resort car park. This follows 27 incidents over the... continue
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Rail News
By Robert Jack
C2C, the British Transport Police and Network Rail took to the sky this month in a bid to tackle the rising problem of cable theft on the... continue
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In brief
South West Trains have introduced a team of 40 accredited Rail Community Officers across its network, in an investment totalling £1.8m. The... continue
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Rail News
By Meera Rambissoon
More stations should join the Secure Stations Scheme. This was the message from transport secretary Ruth Kelly at an awards event for tackling crime... continue
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In brief
The rising theft of rail signalling and electrical cable by thieves cashing in on  proceeds has led the British Transport Police’s chief... continue
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Regular News
A NUMBER OF people with public transport connections have been awarded New Year honours. Topping the list is Network Rail chairman Ian McAllister who... continue
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Rail News
British Transport Police is enhancing its existing stop and search capabilities with x-ray equipment for screening bags, and additional explosive... continue
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