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Enforcement day sees clamp down on road crime




Cambridgeshire Police's Rural Crime Action Team joined forces with offices from across a host of other agencies for a day of enforcement in Fenland.

Police and other government agencies join forces for a day of action in the Fens. (12287619)
Police and other government agencies join forces for a day of action in the Fens. (12287619)

Yesterday's (Wednesday) day of action saw the DVSA, DVLA, Environment Agency, HMRC and Fenland District Council carry out traffic stops.

In all 138 stops were made to help ensure road safety and catch offenders.

Police and other government agencies join forces for a day of action in the Fens. (12287629)
Police and other government agencies join forces for a day of action in the Fens. (12287629)

Offenders were prosecuted and dealt with for various offences including: no insurance, no MOT, no tax, bald tyres, overloaded cargoes and vehicles in a dangerous condition.

Police and other government agencies join forces for a day of action in the Fens. (12287635)
Police and other government agencies join forces for a day of action in the Fens. (12287635)

Stops by each team were:

45 by @CambsRuralCops

39 by @DVSAEnforcement

27 by @HMRCgovuk

8 by @EnvAgencyAnglia

14 by @FenlandCouncil

5 by @DVLAgovuk

Police and other government agencies join forces for a day of action in the Fens. (12287637)
Police and other government agencies join forces for a day of action in the Fens. (12287637)


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