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Offline Esinem

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A bit of a $chunt 10/9/11
« on: 10 September, 2011, 03:19:05 PM »
An hour and a half or so at S/hampton Way and not one offence. Although many tried to stop, I shooed them away before the dreaded minute elapsed. Massive public support. I have a couple of new recruits, one who got 5 tickets before she know she was commiting an alleged offence. Some interesting intelligence gleaned  ;)
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Nigel W

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Re: A bit of a $chunt 10/9/11
« Reply #1 on: 10 September, 2011, 04:22:58 PM »
These tickets that all arrive en masse are a nightmare.

The below is taken from Richmond: 

Agenda Item 17
DATE: 6 December 2010
REPORT OF: CABINET MEMBER FOR TRAFFIC
LEAD
OFFICER:
Andrew Darvill Ast. Director for Environment
SUBJECT: Parking Services – A Customer Focused Approach

4.26 When PCNs are issued via CCTV (either using a static camera or camera
car) the PCNs is required to be posted to the motorist. To do this the Council
first needs to obtain from DVLA the address of the registered owner. This
delay in the process can mean that some motorists may unknowingly be
parking in contravention of an offence for a number of days before they
receive the first postal PCN and then receive a number of others.
Page 4
4.27 It is recommended that a stance is taken that had the driver been aware on
day one of the contravention it is possible that subsequent contraventions
may not have occurred.
4.28 Given this stance it is proposed that any PCNs issued between the first
occurrence and the date when it can reasonably be expected that the motorist
has received notification are cancelled. This would not apply if the motorist
has had previous PCNs or warning letters for the same offence within the
previous three years. This is to bring a balance between applying a customer
care approach and avoiding someone simply ‘playing the system’ at the
expense of safety.
4.29 It is estimated that the reduction of income arising from the approach outlined
above could be £300K per annum.

 


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