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Abuse of CEOs linked to damning news reports

'More balanced press coverage' has led to fewer assaults on Worthing CEOs

Deniz Huseyin

There is a clear link between the level of abuse suffered by civil enforcement officers (CEOs) and adverse press coverage of parking enforcement, according to Worthing Borough Council’s on-street parking services manager Mandy Ainsworth.

The West Sussex authority took over parking enforcement in September 2007, appointing NCP Services as its on-street operator. Verbal and physical assaults were at their highest during the first few months of the regime, said Ainsworth. “I am sure...

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