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I have just been to drop my son off to school,

Shortly after most of the school run had finished.

I witness the Private Parking company which our local council employ,

Drive thought filming cars,

I can only assume they record then check for infringements later.

and send out PNC through the post.

Is this legal,

 

I only ask because I member a thread a while ago, which I believe they said it was not .

The only difference is it was a static camera fitted to a car on a pole.

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Anyone can film anyone else in a public place. Completely legal.

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Use of cctv (fixed or mobile) can no longer be used for on-street parking offences (eg single/double yellow lines)

 

But cameras can still be used to enforce parking rules in bus lanes, on red routes — on which drivers are not allowed to stop — and outside schools.

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