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Who’s Who in Debt Recovery

Bristow & Sutor Established in 1977, Bristow & Sutor is one of the largest independent civil enforcement agencies. Operating from a central location in the Midlands and directly employing over 350 staff, we provide a truly nationwide bailiff and debt collection service, for all debt types, to over 120 local authorities across England and Wales.  Activity is supported by an IT infrastructure that includes real-time two-way bailiff PDA technology, integra... continue

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Keeping tabs with tablets

Keeping tabs with tablets
Huw Lloyd-Lewis

The pressure on businesses to be more efficient and cost-effective is the... continue

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iPads boost recovery

iPads boost recovery

Task Enforcement, NSL’s debt recovery division, is equipping its civil... continue

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For the record

For the record
Alan Wood

For some time now I have been campaigning... continue

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Keeping debt recovery staff safe and sound

Keeping debt recovery staff safe and sound

JBW Group provides nationwide civil and High Court enforcement services for local authorities, government agencies, solicitors and private companies.  The... continue

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Enforcing across frontiers

Enforcing across frontiers
Claire Sandbrook

At a time when many businesses are struggling to fill their order books and... continue

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Striking the right balance

Striking the right balance
Layla Stephen

Having excellent customer care in the bailiff and parking industries may seem... continue

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On the same wavelength

On the same wavelength
Paul Sharpe

For most civil enforcement agents life on the road will... continue

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Why are we waiting?

Why are we waiting?
Jane Dunlop & Kathryn Quinton

As time hurtles by, it can be hard to recall all but the... continue

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A thoroughly modern outlook

A thoroughly modern outlook

Though under no illusions about the tough challenges facing the bailiff industry, Gareth Hughes appears... continue

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Taking care over collections

Taking care over collections

Most members of the public are probably of the opinion that those in the bailiff industry possess little... continue

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A tick-box travesty

A tick-box travesty
Sue Whyte

Over the years local authorities have seen procurement... continue

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Encouraging organic debt recovery

Encouraging organic debt recovery

Councils risk locking themselves into rigid, ineffective arrangements with their bailiff partners if they “slavishly adhere... continue

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Collection can be both fair and profitable

Collection can be both fair and profitable
Seamus Adams

The bailiff contract introduced by  Hackney’s parking services increased collections by 73% in 2010/11 compared... continue

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Expert opinions on debt recovery

Expert opinions on debt recovery
Deniz Huseyin

The long-awaited consultation paper on bailiff law reform and regulation from the Ministry of... continue

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