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Articles
A wheel clamper was given a 12-month community punishment order with 200 hours of unpaid work after being found guilty of 20 counts of fraud. Another... continue
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Lead Story
Professor Ken Pease
Cars and crime go together like love and marriage. Driving while disqualified is generally the best indicator of prolific criminality. A young... continue
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Crime
A plumber who assaulted three people including a civil enforcement officer (CEO) on the same day has escaped a custodial sentence but must pay his... continue
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Crime
A dispersal zone aimed at curtailing anti-social behaviour has been introduced at a Devon seaside resort car park. This follows 27 incidents over the... continue
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Safer Parking
Six National Express East Anglia rail station car parks in Essex have received Park Mark accreditation under the Safer Parking award scheme. The... continue
Categories: awards, crime, Rail, NCP, East Anglia
Parking Review
People News
Graham Chapman has become the British Parking Association’s new development manager for the Safer Parking Scheme in London and the Chilterns,... continue
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Staff issues
Nottingham-based parking operator Metro Car Parks has issued its staff with a lone worker protection device which is monitored by a dedicated control... continue
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Safer Parking
The leisure park facilities at France Street, Middlesbrough, have been awarded a Park Mark. The facilities are managed by Excel Parking Services,... continue
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Crime
A Bath car thief has been banned from entering every car park in the city – and from a carrying sat-nav without a receipt. Jason Self was given... continue
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Enforcement News
Concern has been expressed by the British Parking Association (BPA) that a report by ITV current affairs programme Tonight on the enforcement of... continue
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Crime
Blue Badge fraudsters have been fined £8,825 for abusing the system and depriving disabled people of parking spaces after a successful... continue
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Crime
Civil enforcement officers (CEOs) in Bury have joined forces with Greater Manchester Police in a clampdown on disabled blue badge fraud. The one-day... continue
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Crime
Fuel theft from vehicles has surged by 500% in London since the start of 2008, according to the RAC. Soaring prices at the pumps are thought to be a... continue
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Crime
An elderly woman was grabbed by the throat in a ‘parking rage’ incident. The altercation at the Priory Road car park in St Austell... continue
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Crime
A civil enforcement officer (CEO) was assaulted in Windsor, Berkshire, while carrying out his duties last month. A male in his 20s pushed the CEO,... continue
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Crime
Patrick McDonnell
Police mounted a series of raids on breakers’ yards in the south-east in a bid to halt stolen vehicles being sold abroad for scrap metal. ... continue
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Crime
Police in Wales have embarked on a series of stop and search operations to combat the growing problem of metal theft. One location targeted by... continue
Categories: crime, Wales
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Enforcement News
A car clamper has been ordered to pay nearly £5,000 after being prosecuted by Birmingham City Council. Gary Southall, the owner of National... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
More than 16,000 people are fraudulently using blue badges after the owner of the badge has died, according to the Audit Commission. Its national... continue
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Crime
Patrick McDonnell
Wandsworth Borough Council has withdrawn special residents parking permits issued during the Wimbledon fortnight after it emerged that some people... continue
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