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Civil Enforcement Officers began back in 2008 under the Traffic Management Act which superseded the Road Traffic Act 1991.
This job has been going 10 years but is not popular, which is why the pay is a definite step up from Supermarket workers, petrol station workers and so on.
Although CEOs may issue PCNs for several moving violations, among them driving in bus lanes, executing prohibited turns and driving the wrong way on a one way system this does not seem to be their regular work. Instead CEOs are used in the main for enforcement of our well known yellow lines and lesser well known Residents' Parking bays and Loading Bays.
It's a tough job, it always has been. A town without CEOs will quickly grind to a halt but even a town with CEOs is rarely grateful. It is the CEOs who keep the High Streets moving but they cannot win can they? The motorists who refuse to park in the nearby "pay and display" and take a chance, are furious when they find a PCN has been issued , after all, they were only five minutes!
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