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Parking Review
Articles
With more than 80 civil enforcement officers, nearly 30 back-office staff and responsibility for issuing and processing 120,000 penalty charge... continue
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Feature
Paul Slowey
Blue badge fraud is not a victimless crime – disabled people depend on these badges to ensure their access to a variety of destinations is made... continue
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Interview
Paul Sharpe
At a time when newspaper headlines are dominated by spending cuts and the economic crisis, the role of enforcement in maximising collection of... continue
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Articles
Swift has introduced a text messaging service, which sends payment prompts to debtors that have payment schedules. It also sends them reminder texts... continue
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Articles
Bailiffs working for Dukes are being equipped with a lone worker device to offer them protection against attacks. Dukes has fitted the Crystal Ball... continue
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Articles
Ross & Roberts has been awarded the ‘Beyond the Standard’ Bronze Investors in People (IiP) in recognition of its commitment to... continue
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Articles
Task Enforcement, NSL’s debt recovery division, its internal recruitment policy has helped ensure the hiring high quality bailiffs. Rather than... 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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Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
Civil enforcement officers (CEOs) in Southampton were due to start a seven-day strike on 31 May in a bid to stop proposed council pay cuts of up to... continue
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People News
Deniz Huseyin
Watford’s pioneering parking manager Linda Baker has retired after almost 44 years at the authority — she was the council’s longest... continue
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Letters
Mike Bracey
It was interesting to note that London’s mayor Boris Johnson suddenly thinks he is the “Knight of the Road”, a role which he has... continue
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News Lead Story
John Siraut
Soon after coming to power the coalition government famously declared an end to the “war on motorists”. An early salvo in this campaign... continue
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Business News Lead Story
Parking enforcement contractor NSL has seen its revenues remain steady in the face of a tightening economy. NSL chief financial officer Steve Dolton... continue
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People News
Dale Wood has been appointed as NSL’s business processing director. He joined NSL from business processing provider Liberata, where he... continue
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Business News
IT company Imperial Civil Enforcement Solutions (ICES) is making a bid to enter the training sector by launching a  specialist “training... continue
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Business News
Training provider Alpha Parking has teamed up with recruitment agency Synergy Group to offer a new service to the parking sector. The companies are... continue
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Enforcement News
Attacks on civil enforcement officers in Leeds have fallen steadily since the introduction of CCTV body cameras, the city council has reported. The... continue
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Enforcement News
A working group has been formed to address the issue of false witness statements and address confusion around standard warrants. The group is made up... continue
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People News Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
Marston Group’s award-winning pair Alan Clark and Alan Wood have both left the civil enforcement agent. Group business development director... continue
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Viewpoint
Some parking authorities hit by large falls in revenue have actually increased their profits by reducing costs, according to economist John Siraut.... continue
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