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To increase the efficiency of traffic wardens, increase Local Authority revenues and provide a revenue stream for low paid workers.

by Brian Anthony Brookes in Leicester, England, United Kingdom

Local authorities employ thousands of traffic wardens who spend their days meandering along various roads. They might catch a lot of people but the sheer size of some authority areas is beyond the capabilities to ensure maximum recover of fines for illegal vehicle parkers. My app would allow members of the public to send details and locations of illegally parked vehicles direct to the local council traffic warden offices allowing the traffic wardens managers to send out a traffic warden, either walking or on a scooter, to fine the illegal parker. The person then reporting the illegal parking would receive a reward of £2 and the Local Authority would retain the balance. The payment would only be made once the fine is paid

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