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Awards Lead Story
Over 100 entries have been received for the British Parking Awards 2009, the annual competition organised by Parking Review magazine and backed by... continue
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Crime
Patrick McDonnell
An elderly man who intervened to stop a fight over a parking space was knocked to the ground and died, an inquest ruled. Alfred Lockhart, 93,... continue
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Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
A text-messaging scheme to cut car crime and thwart would-be thieves has been launched in Bedfordshire and surrounding areas. Bedford Borough Council... continue
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Crime
Patrick McDonnell
Twelve motorists have been fined for fraudulently using blue badges after being prosecuted by Manchester City Council. The drivers tried to get free... continue
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Enforcement
Geoff Dudley
Simon Richardson tells Geoff Dudley how he led NI's parking transition In one fell swoop the whole of Northern Ireland made the switch to civil... continue
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Case Studies
Deniz Huseyin
Many parking authorities have had to contend with vandalism of parking terminals, but in East Sussex the scale of the problem was of a more sustained... continue
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Enforcement News
PIPS Technology has helped Durham Constabulary create a surveillance system designed to protect the county from cross-border criminals. The... continue
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Technology
Manual telescopic bollards are credited with having helped stop fly-tipping and travellers setting up camp on an industrial estate and halting... continue
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CCTV
Pedestrian and parking areas at a new out-of-town shopping centre near Bristol are being monitored by a networked and integrated CCTV system. Tesco... continue
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Enforcement News
Manchester City Council has been stepping up its high profile campaign against enviro-crime and anti-social behaviour. As the following reports... continue
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Debates
Authorities that fail to fully adhere to the law leave themselves open to public scorn, argues Philip Evans. Earlier this year, the story of the... continue
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IT
An easily adaptable IT package allows parking authorities to make the leap into new areas of civil enforcement, says Imperial Civil Enforcement... continue
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Debates
With hard times ahead, Professor Ken Pease challenges predictions that the economic downturn will spark a crime wave. Recent headlines like... continue
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Yellow Lines
Police are trying to track down a man filmed riding a skateboard down a steep stretch of a south German autobahn 62mph. The authorities believe the... continue
Categories: crime, The Enforcers, Europe
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Enforcement News
Drivers who break the speed limit by more than 20mph could face a six-point penalty on their licence under government proposals. The tougher penalty... continue
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Enforcement News
Some 50,000 bags of litter are dumped on the M25 and its link roads each year, according to figures released by the Conservatives. The figures, from... continue
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Operational
New powers to help councils deal with motorists who throw litter out of vehicles have been put on hold after an error in the drafting of the... continue
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Enforcement News
Two private hire taxi drivers have been prosecuted for touting for fares after a Manchester City Council investigation. Mohammed Shafiq was ordered... continue
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Operational
NCP Manchester says its introduction of mobile customer support teams using bicycles to patrol car parks and check on daily systems maintenance is... continue
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