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Blue badge enforcements

The list below shows recent enforcements brought against individuals for misuse of Blue Badges and/or fraud whilst parking on public roads.  All decisions on enforcement are taken in accordance with he Community and Environmental Services enforcement policy.

  the Community and Environmental Services Enforcement Policy (PDF) [561KB].

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BBI 23/78 - Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Offence details: Wrongful use of a Blue Badge. On 09/10/23 the defendant displayed a disabled persons Blue Badge, issued to his mother, when not entitled to and for his own benefit, while parking in a Pay and Display Parking Bay in Oak St, Norwich.

Decision made to prosecute on 27/11/23.

Recording Officers comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Offender was convicted at Norwich Magistrates Court on 12/06/24 and ordered to pay a fine, costs and victim surcharge totalling £1653.48.

BBI 23/65 - Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Officer in Charge: Jim Blake

Offence details: Wrongful use of a Blue Badge. On 14/08/23 the defendant displayed a disabled persons Blue Badge, issued to her father, when not entitled to, for her own benefit while parked on yellow lines in Tanner Street, Thetford.

Decision made to prosecute on 27/11/23.

Recording Officers comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Offender was convicted at Norwich Magistrates Court on 12/06/24 and ordered to pay a fine, costs and victim surcharge totalling £1321.68.

BBI 23/49 - Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Officer in Charge: Jim Blake

Offence details: Wrongful use of a Blue Badge. On 23/6/23 the defendant displayed a disabled persons blue badge, issued to her husband, when not entitled to, for her own benefit while parked on a yellow line in Queen Street, Wymondham.

Decision made to prosecute on 12/9/23.

Recording Officers comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Offender was convicted at Norwich Magistrates Court on 10/4/24 and ordered to pay a fine, costs and victim surcharge totalling £256.00.

BBI 23/20 - Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Officer in Charge: Jim Blake

Offence details: Wrongful use of a Blue Badge. On 8/7/21 displayed a disabled persons blue badge, issued to her son, when not entitled to, for her own benefit while parked on a yellow line in Albion Street. Gt Yarmouth.

​Decision made to prosecute on 25/10/23.

Recording Officers comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

​Offender was convicted at Gt Yarmouth Magistrates Court on 6/2/24 and ordered to pay a fine, costs and victim surcharge totalling £883.00.

BBI 23/15 - Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984

Officer in Charge: Jim Blake

Offence details: Wrongful use of a Blue Badge. Displayed a disabled persons Blue Badge, issued to her partner, when not entitled to and for her own benefit, while parking on yellow lines in Manor Road, Nth Walsham on 9/2/23.

Decision made to prosecute on 9/5/23.

Recording Officers comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Offender was convicted at Norwich Magistrates Court on 2/8/23 and ordered to pay a fine, costs and victim surcharge totalling £480.00.

BBI 23/16 - Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984

Officer in Charge: Jim Blake

Offence details: Wrongful use of a Blue Badge. Having failed in her application for a renewal disabled person's Blue Badge, displayed her expired Blue Badge, to which not entitled and for her own benefit, while parking on yellow lines in Quebec Street, Dereham 17/2/23.

Decision made to prosecute on 9/5/23.

Recording Officers comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Offender was convicted at Norwich Magistrates Court on 2/8/23 and ordered to pay a fine, costs and victim surcharge totalling £554.00.

BBI 23/05 - 2 x Defendants

1. Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984

2. Sec 44 Magistrates Court Act 1980 contrary to Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984. [Aid, abet, counsels or procures the commission by another person of a summary offence, being the wrongful use of a Blue Badge.]

Offence details for both: A valid Blue Badge was displayed, in a car, parked on a yellow line in Granary Court, Kings Lynn. The person the badge is issued to remained in the car while the driver took advantage of the free parking afforded by the scheme, for his own benefit.

Decision made to prosecute on 20/4/23.

Recording Officers comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road traffic Regulations Act 1984 and Section 44 Magistrates Act 1980, contrary to Sec 117 RTRA 1984.

Offenders were convicted at Kings Lynn Magistrates Court on 19/7/23 and ordered to pay fines, costs and victim surcharges totalling £222.00 each.

BBI 22/75 - 2 defendants: Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984 X 2

Officer in charge: Jim Blake

Offence details for both: Wrongful use of a Blue Badge. Displayed a Blue Badge, issued to the mother of one of the defendants, and to which not entitled for their own benefit, while parked in a time limited bay in Bull Street, Holt on 28/10/22.

Decision made to prosecute on 3/2/23.

Recording Officers comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Offenders were convicted at Norwich Magistrates Court on 12/4/23 and ordered to pay fines, costs and victim surcharges totalling £1296.55 each.

BBI 22/59 - Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984

Offence details: Wrongful use of a Blue Badge. Displayed a disabled persons Blue Badge, issued to her husband, when not entitled to and for her own benefit, while parking on yellow lines in Howard Street South, Gt Yarmouth on 22/9/22.

Decision made to prosecute on 8/11/22.

Recording Officers comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Offender was convicted at Norwich Magistrates Court on 15/2/23 and ordered to pay a fine, costs and victim surcharge totalling £368.00.

BBI 22/42 - Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984

Offence details: Wrongful use of a Blue Badge. Displayed a disabled person's Blue Badge, issued to her mother, when not entitled to and for her own benefit while parking in a disabled person's parking bay in Market Place, Aylsham on 10/8/22.

Decision made to prosecute on 13/9/22.

Recording Officer's comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Offender was convicted at Norwich Magistrates Court on 23/11/22 and ordered to pay a fine, costs and victim surcharge totalling £631.66.

BBI 22/18 - Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984

Officer in charge: Jim Blake

Offence details: Wrongful use of a Blue Badge. Displayed a disabled persons Blue Badge, issued to her son, when not entitled to and for her own benefit, while parking in a disabled person's parking bay in Tucker St. Cromer on 5/5/22.

Decision made to prosecute on 28/6/22.

Recording Officers comments: I believe this case can satisfactorily be dealt with as 'wrongful use' under Sec 117 Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984.

Offender was convicted at Norwich Magistrates Court on 14/9/22 and ordered to pay a fine, costs and victim surcharge totalling £643.94.

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