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Debates: Issue 210 11 Sep 2009

Hateful crimes

Assaults on parking staff remain a regrettable reality, but the industry is working to make front-line personnel safer

Pictured are the injuries sustained by a civil enforcement officer (CEO) working for the London Borough of Haringey. Regrettably this is not an isolated incident, but one of a spate of 17 attacks in the last three months. Haringey is being proactive in its desire to gain justice against assailants.

It secured a conviction against the man who kicked this CEO him after he received a ticket in Wood Green, resulting in a hospital visit and week off work. Brian Haley, cabinet member for environment...

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