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Feature: Issue 231 1 Jun 2011

The sinister side of blue-badge fraud

The fraudulent use of blue badges is not simply petty theft Paul Slowey

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 as easy as possible. And rather than being a petty crime, the misuse of stolen or forged badges is often connected to more serious crime, including violent ones.

Blue Badge Fraud Investigations (BBFI) is increasingly finding examples of people with previous convictions for crimes such as theft making use of stolen, fake and the badges of deceased....

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