Joining the dots - getting police to act on MPDSLs

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Joining the dots - getting police to act on MPDSLs

Postby trailgumby » Sun Jul 16, 2017 8:31 pm

Part 1 of a series I am writing on getting close passing infringements successfully prosecuted.

Hope it helps.

http://www.simplycyclingtraining.com/mi ... ce-part-1/

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Re: Joining the dots - getting police to act on MPDSLs

Postby trailgumby » Wed Jul 19, 2017 9:48 pm


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Re: Joining the dots - getting police to act on MPDSLs

Postby Comedian » Thu Jul 20, 2017 3:42 pm

So, In some of my complaints.. I've worked out all the information, but then supplied the police with all the details they need, leaving them to figure out the measurements and details. The reason is not because I didn't want to do it for them, but because I didn't want to make them feel like I was "showing them how to suck eggs".

However my experience has been that they tend to make their mind up at first look. If you're hoping they will go to the road and measure it up you're wrong. They make a decision, and then once it's made they refuse to listen to anything.

So, hence forward I'll supply them all the information they need to see that it's irrefutably close. It's onerous, but there you go. You can't rely on them to do their job.

It's a shame, as not everyone is aware of how to do this nor has the resources.

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