Special Constable seizes car from woman in Harlow for driving without a valid licence
Crime / Thu 16th Nov 2017 pm30 04:41pm
Special Constable seizes car from woman for driving without a valid licence
Sc Adelisa Poric, Pc Danny Wheeler and Pc Mitchell Baker were on duty in Harlow when they seized a car from the road following information provided by a member of the public.
During the early hours of Wednesday, November 15, Sc Adelisa Poric, Pc Danny Wheeler and Pc Mitchell Baker were patrolling in Harlow when they spotted a vehicle in Arkwrights.
They checked the vehicle on our police systems and found reports from the public claiming the driver didn’t have a licence.
A woman found to be driving without a valid licence had her car seized under Section 165 and was reported for the offence of driving otherwise in accordance with a licence.
Sc Adelisa Poric from Harlow Local Policing Team said: “We received this information from a member of the public and took steps to act on it.
“Driving without a licence puts the driver and other road users at risk.
“It’s good to be able to spend my time volunteering to keep the people of Harlow safe.”
Special Constables are volunteer police officers. They have the same police powers, uniforms and equipment as regular police officers but sacrifice their free time on a voluntary basis, organising their busy personal lives, day jobs and other commitments around police duties.
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