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I'm aware of the disclaimer, but was wondering if anyone had any experience or knowledge of some of the offences that might be committed by sellers of the new Segway-type vehicles such as the Monorover R2. I'm happy with the offences that are committed by those using them on the road/footpath, but was looking at legitimate ways to stem the flow of the sale of these expensive but practically useless vehicles. I think there are offences under the Vehicle Registration and Excise Act 1994, most probably to do with the registration of vehicles and provision of the V5, but don't have much experience of that arena and hoped others might be able to guide me before I publicly put my foot in it. Also if anyone has any experience of dealing with major retailers such as Amazon etc then please PM me with any contact details you have for them and comments about your experience. Thanks
I have a shift next week and it will be working with the bus companies in the city centre to tackle anti social behaviour and other crimes on bus routes and at the stations. A question for those more experienced or anyone who has experience in this area. What offences am I likely to come across? This will be my first time doing a shift that only relates around public transport so it will be new to me and I'd like to brush up on a few areas before I'm let loose!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/32493749/woman-goes-to-police-over-wolf-whistles I was wondering if this could go anywhere. A s2 Protection of Harassment Act offence as below should look pretty familiar to most: I would say that the article suggests there is a course of conduct. The main question is whether the builder ought to know that their conduct amounts to harassment. Not sure it meets that point to prove, but a harassment warning would sort that out. Thoughts? Would you suggest this is not a police matter? My thoughts is that this could very well form a harassment offence.