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CIVEA REPORT - one month of enforcement visitsWith the recommencement of enforcement visits from 24 August 2020, it has been essential for CIVEA to closely monitor activity and provide reports to the government. Part 6 of our...

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Welcome to our blog series, exploring the key topics being discussed in the enforcement industry. In Part 6, Caroline Wells, of the Compliance, Adjudication and Review of Enforcement Panel, discusses how enforcement firms con...

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Welcome to our blog series, exploring the key topics being discussed in the enforcement industry. In Part 5, we discuss the measure in place that ensure vulnerability cases are handled correctly, safely and appropriately.CIVE...

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Welcome to our blog series, exploring the key topics being discussed in the enforcement industry. In Part 4, we consider the public perception of ‘fairness’, relating to the enforcement industry.The vast majority of the gener...

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Welcome to our blog series, exploring the key topics being discussed in the enforcement industry. In Part 3, we consider how Enforcement Agents that have returned to work are keeping themselves and the public safe. Since the ...

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Welcome to our blog series, exploring the key topics being discussed in the enforcement industry. In Part 2, we consider what it means to be a member of CIVEA. CIVEA, the civil enforcement association, is the principal trade ...

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Welcome to our new blog series, exploring the key topics being discussed in the enforcement industry. In Part 1, we provide some background information and insight on what CIVEA is and why it exists. CIVEA, the civil enforcem...

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