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Parking Review
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
Parking Review
Lead Story
Patrick McDonnell
The UK is experiencing a massive rise in metal and scrap metal related theft, which is costing the economy over £700m a year. The demand for... continue
Parking Review
Safer Parking
The Water Gardens shopping centre in Harlow, Essex, has retained its Park Mark status. There has been just one reported vehicle crime incident over... continue
Parking Review
Safer Parking
Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Museum has achieved Safer Parking status. The car park is operated by City Parking (Glasgow) LLP, which has six other... continue
Parking Review
Safer Parking
The Swan shopping centre in Leatherhead has retained its Safer Parking Scheme status. There have been no reported car crime incidents despite over... continue
Parking Review
Safer Parking
All 38 car parks run by Dover District Council have retained their Park Mark status, while a new award has been granted to the Royal Marines Memorial... continue
Parking Review
Safer Parking
The Gascoyne Way car park in Hertford, which has recently undergone an £800,000 refurbishment, has been awarded a Park Mark. The redevelopment... continue
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Safer Parking Lead Story
Fourteen Q-Park hospital car parks in Birmingham have been presented with Park Marks under the Safer Parking Scheme. Eleven of the sites serve the... 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
Parking Review
Operational
Patrick McDonnell
Three London football clubs in Hammersmith & Fulham (H&F) will pay for match day parking and traffic management, which could save the borough... continue
New Transit
Interview Detail
Passengers on the capital’s transport network are among the safest in Europe, said London Mayor Boris Johnson last month as he announced that... continue
New Transit
Interview Detail
In preparation for the Olympics, BTP has recruited two Malinois (Belgian Shepherd dogs) to its Explosives Search Dog (ESD) section. Their arrival... continue
New Transit
Interview
Lesley Brown
A unique policing environment, the transport system has a unique set of needs. To meet them, an independent body, British Transport Police (BTP),... continue
New Transit
End of the line
The multi-billion pound Crossrail scheme has been something of a political hot potato during the election campaign with the Lib Dems not even... continue
New Transit
Progress Report
Police armed with futuristic surveillance equipment have cut bus crime in half on one of Birmingham’s busiest routes. Officers from the Safer... continue
Parking Review
Crime
A cash collections operative working for Bristol City Council has admitted stealing more than £70,000 from pay & display machines over a... continue
Parking Review
Business News
Police have dropped an inquiry into allegations of fraud against two senior officers at Westminster council. The case centred on the awarding of the... continue
Parking Review
Contracts
Westminster City Council’s parking department is being investigated by the European Union over alleged contractual irregularities in its mobile... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Flintshire County Council in North Wales is to apply to the Welsh Assembly Government to take over on-street parking enforcement from the police.... continue
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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