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We have a situation at work with a driver that drives in a way which intimidates and scares some users of the car park. He drives very fast through the car park and skids to a halt near where he is going to park (often next to people getting in/out or just walking). He revs his engine, reverses back spinning wheels in to a space, then spins wheels again flies forward and does the same again whilst adjusting position in his spot. Sometimes he can do the spin skid reverse 3 or more times. It's particularly disturbing for some females that find it upsetting and can no longer feel safe using the car park. Nobody has been hurt and these are just random people he does it to, not specific targets as far as im aware. I think he finds it funny to scare people with his car. He did it to me this morning and I could see he had a huge grin on his face when I looked around after he revved his engine next to my leg whilst I was getting my bag from my boot. My partner ran out of the car park because she thought he was going to run her down Is there actually an offense here like affray which would make it worth getting the police involved or is there nothing we can do until he actually physically harms someone?
I have discovered disparity between some constabularies, concerning the reimbursement of its officers who use their own motor vehicles to travel to work on a cancelled rest day, when the rest day is not reallocated to another day. I appreciate that the question is null and void ifn a cancelled rest day is reallocated. Some constabularies will reimburse its officers when they have to use their own motor vehicles to travel to work on a rest day, which is not reallocated (effectively, an additional day at work) and others will not. The Essex constabulary makes it clear that it does pay such mileage. http://www.essex.polfed.org/index.php?type=rest-days&paged=3 but as I say others will not. Does anyone have any definitive answers, regarding mileage claims for non re-rostered rest day working? Are the constabularies that do not pay, wrong not to do so, or is the matter open to interpretation/local policy?