Civil Enforcement Officer Uniforms
Keltic specialise in the supply of Civil enforcement officer uniform. Civil enforcement officers are responsible for keeping traffic moving, providing a valuable service to our city and town centres. We supply over 150 local authorities with CEO uniforms in over 30 colours to suit all corporate images. It's important that a CEO is visible to the public, and represents the local authority they work for in the best possible light - and at Keltic our superb quality uniforms are well known across the parking industry to do exactly that.
Shirts to footwear, we can supply a full uniform for civil enforcement uniforms.
Uniform Shirts and Blouses
We supply a wide range of shirts for your civil enforcement staff.
Uniform Jumpers & Fleeces
Jumpers & fleeces suitable for civil enforcement officers.
A wide range of accessories ideal for civil enforcement officer uniforms.
Outerwear garments for your civil enforcement staff.
Bespoke uniforms manufactured to your design to suit your company image.
Make your uniforms unique with your company logo.
As advised in the Traffic Management Act from the Department for Transport, when exercising prescribed functions a CEO must wear a uniform. The uniform should be readily distinguishable from those work by the police and traffic wardens and cleary show:
- That the wearer is engaged in parking enforcement
- The name of the local authority/authorities of whose behalf s/he is acting
- A personal identity number
The ‘specified’ functions to which the requirement to wear a uniform applies are the issuing of PCNs on the street and authorising or carrying out the immobilisation or removal of vehicles within a CEA. Where someone acting under the direction of a CEO actually immobilises or removes the vehicle, that person is not obliged to wear a uniform in appliance with this Guidance.
However if an authority carries out immobilisations or removals, it may wish to ensure that the operatives wear uniforms that show clearly a personal identity number and the enforcmenet authority. This should help prevent confusion with operatives working on private land, for the police or for DVLA.
If appropriate headgear, such as a hat is part of the uniform, the civil enforcement officer should wear it at all reasonable times, unless unable to do so for religious reasons. It may be sensible to make headgear optional in certain circumstances so that a PCN is valid even if issued by a CEO not wearing a hat.
It is recommended that CEOs carry a photo-identity card, showing their identification number and the name of their employer. However, to protect the safety of staff, it is strongly recommended that the photo-identity card does not include the CEOs name on it.
Staff working in CCTV control rooms do not have to wear uniforms, but an authority may prefer them to.
We would be happy to visit you at your offices to discuss any civil enforcement or parking attendant uniform requirements you have, to advise on the best colours and styles so as not to clash with other on-street agencies, fulfil your legal obligations to identify your staff, and help your staff look smart at all times. Check out our news section for recent CEO teams we've kitted out.
We are experts in advising the best civil enforcement officer uniforms for your staff, for further information request our brochure or call us on 01922 616 999 - we'd love to hear from you.
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