CCTV vehicle enforcement

We use a camera-equipped car in order to address parking around schools and bus stops where motorists are putting the safety of others at risk and causing unnecessary congestion.

We have a duty to tackle dangerous parking. The Traffic Management Act 2004 allows councils to enforce parking contraventions by CCTV cameras in problem areas.

The CCTV enforcement vehicle is driven by trained operatives who are already experienced Civil Enforcement Officers. The vehicle is clearly marked with CCTV enforcement and County Council logos. 

The car is equipped with an intelligent enforcement system that uses GPS to recognise where restrictions begin and end as the vehicle is driven though a restriction zone. 

Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras will record vehicles from all sides and create a segment of video which can be viewed to determine if a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN, commonly known as a parking fine) will be issued. 

The footage is reviewed and an independent officer determines if a parking contravention has occurred. 

If a parking contravention has occurred, a PCN is sent to the address of the registered keeper/owner/hirer of the vehicle. This will be sent by post, within 28 days of the date of the alleged parking contravention. This will be accompanied by photographic evidence of the parking contravention. 

Benefits of the service 

  • improves road safety and reduces accidents around schools 

  • improves journey times for bus users 

  • helps bus passengers safely get on or off the bus 
  • acts as a visible car crime deterrent 
  • provides traffic management data. 

If you have received a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN, or sometimes called a parking fine or parking ticket) you can make the payment online. 

You will need 

  • PCN number 
  • your vehicle registration number 
  • your credit or debit card details. 

Pay a parking fine

Alternative ways to do this

Pay by telephone

0345 520 1357 

Pay by post 

Central Processing Unit 
P.O. Box 10282 
NG17 0DX 

If you have just received a Notice to Owner letter in the post you will have been provided with information on the statutory grounds for appeal. You can make this appeal using the online formal representation form. 

Read more about the formal representation procedure 

You will need 

  • PCN number (eg XX30020006) 
  • Vehicle registration (eg T123EST) 
  • Web code (eg XX123XX) 

These are displayed on the front of the Notice and/or correspondence you received. 

Appeal a parking fine

You can make a request for our CCTV vehicle enforcement service to visit your school or a bus stop by completing this online form.  

This service aims to tackle dangerous parking at schools and at bus stops in Nottinghamshire. 

Make a request

Alternative ways to do this

If you prefer to speak to us, you can contact our customer service team 

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