Latest news:
Enforcement News: Issue 199 1 Oct 2008

Add a comment

Share this article:

More articles like this...
crime, enforcement, SIA, North West England

Illegal clamper attacked police officer

A vehicle clamper has been found guilty of illegally immobilising vehicles without a Security Industry Authority (SIA) licence. Manchester City Magistrates’ Court heard that David Muramaa was working without a licence as required under Section 3 of the Private Security Industry Act 2001.

He was also found guilty of assaulting a police officer when he was challenged about his conduct. He was employed as a vehicle immobiliser by Lockdown Security, which operates in Manchester.


Add a comment

Join Parking Review subscribers and read this article in full...

Parking Review

1 Year

2 Year

Save 10%

3 Year

Save 15%







+£4 VAT

+£7.20 VAT

+£10.20 VAT

Since 1989 Parking Review has been the definitive source of news and
intelligence on the UK and international public and private parking sectors.
All annual subscriptions include a 1 user licence for TransportXtra
Parking Review


TransportXtra only

An online-only subscription to TransportXtra  works out at less than £5 per month for all the latest issues and transport intelligence.
Subscribe or view multi-user packages.

 £90 + VAT

  Not ready to subscribe? Take a 2 week free trial