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A new innovation is to be used to identify motorists who wrongly use bus lanes in Essex. The system is fully automated, so will enforce bus lanes... continue
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High Court enforcement agency Shergroup has joined forces with the Institute of Credit Management (ICM) to develop a training programme for its team... continue
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The High Court Enforcement Officer’s Association (HCEOA) has moved to new premises in central London. This follows the appointment of Vernon... continue
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Bailiff company Swift Credit Services has retained the contract to recover unpaid fines on behalf of Her Majesty’s Court Service (HMCS) in... continue
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Haringey council has pledged that it will take legal action against anyone assaulting civil enforcement officers (CEOs) while at work. The warning... continue
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A multi-agency operation is targeting illegal and nuisance mini cabs in Islington. Residents and businesses had complained of unroadworthy vehicles,... continue
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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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People who drop litter from motor vehicles could face £100 penalty charge notices if the environment secretary approves a proposal from London... continue
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Drivers in Surrey are being warned to make regular safety checks on their vehicles after a spate of catalytic converter thefts in the county. Thieves... continue
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Smokers in Haringey are being warned that if they drop their cigarette butts on the streets they could face a fixed penalty notice of £75.... continue
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Bailiff?firm JBW is running a recruitment drive for new enforcement agents, and plans to hire 30 trainees by the end of this year. In the wake of the... continue
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Police in Richmond-upon-Thames are using shock tactics to warn motorists of the dangers of leaving their parked cars unlocked — by breaking... continue
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The network of wireless CCTV traffic cameras used by Westminster City Council has to be upgraded to comply with new Department for Transport (DfT)... continue
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The dispute between the US State Department and Transport for London (TfL) over the non-payment of congestion charges and fines by the US Embassy is... continue
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Over 1,500 surveillance requests a day were made during 2008, according to the annual report of the Office of Surveillance Commissioners. Councils,... continue
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Schemes promoting road safety, cycling and bus priority projects across England are under threat amid fears that the government is preparing to slash... continue
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Glasgow City Council’s executive committee has approved plans for 20mph zones in residential areas across the city. The council’s health... continue
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Wiltshire County Council has switched off road safety cameras in Swindon as part of a re-think on how best to combat road accidents. The five cameras... continue
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Proposals to allow police officers to issue on-the-spot fines for careless driving have been criticised by magistrates. The Magistrates’... continue
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