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The number of deaths caused by drink-driving related road accidents fell sharply last year, provisional government figures reveal. Fatalities fell by... continue
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Articles
Patrick McDonnell
Flytipping is costing Network Rail nearly £2.5m each year. In 2010 around £1m was spent clearing flytipping and litter on the London... continue
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London’s Cycle Task Force (CTF) has made 200 arrests and security marked more than 12,000 bicycles during its first year of operation. The... continue
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Articles
Fines for fare evasion in London could be increased from £50 to £80. Transport for London (TfL) lost an estimated £63m to fare... continue
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CCTV
A body-worn CCTV camera developed for uniformed patrol staff in the UK is now being adopted by parking enforcement teams around the... continue
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Crime
A man who deliberately drove into a parking attendant at an Asda store was jailed for six months by Bristol Crown Court. Martin Takle backed his... continue
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Yellow Lines
Car parks are a magnet for the directors of TV and film crime thillers, who love staging shadowy meetings, trade-offs and all manner of nefarious... continue
Categories: crime, Greater London
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Enforcement News
The government is warning motorists to insure their vehicles, even when these spend most of their time off the road. Under the new Continuous... continue
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Safer Parking Lead Story
Over the past seven years car thefts have fallen by more than two-thirds, according to figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders... continue
Categories: crime, technology, All of UK
Parking Review
Safer Parking
Q-Park has seen 10 of the 14 car parks it now operates for Westminster City Council win Park Mark Awards. Q-Park was awarded a 25-year lease to... continue
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Articles
The use of road safety targets should be scrapped as they risk skewing investment priorities, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced. Its... continue
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Feature
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... continue
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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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
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