The Home Office is considering proposals that will clamp down on rogue clamping firms.
Currently, anyone undertaking wheel clamping must hold a frontline licence from the Security Industry Authority (SIA) and supervisors or directors need a non-frontline licence.
The new proposals would make it mandatory for the clamping company itself to be licensed, to ensure it upholds standards of conduct. These standards would be enforced if they were not met.
The aim is to put a stop to 'dodgy practices' such as:
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