Emergency Response Driver Training Ltd
GJ51 EGG Infastructure Training and Assistance Projects Vauxhall Zafira emergency response / rescue vehicle. The organisation is involved Community Emergency Planning in the UK and has other projects abroad. The car carries a personalised plate of the founder J. Slegg.Share this with | Follow us on
Northumberland Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority fisheries patrol vessel St Aidan. Costing £700k and first launched in August 2015, the boat is a 16m long catamaran. It is used for fisheries enforcement, environmental studies and seabed surveying. It covers six miles into the North Sea from the border with Scotland at Berwick to its base is at the mouth of the River Tyne at North Shields.Share this with | Follow us on
Home Office Immigration Enforcement VW Transporters and Mercedes Sprinters. The Immigration Enforcement vehicles are marked up in light blue and dark blue battenburgs and carry prominent Home Office branding. They do not have any audible or visual emergency warning devices fitted.
The most common use for the vehicles is to take enforcement officers to pre-planned operations where they raid premises suspected of harbouring people who should not be in the country. This could be a restaurant or factory for example.
The registrations of the vehicles are: BX14 FYR, BX14 FYS, BX64 BCK, BX64 BHJ, BX64 BOH, MX13 ANU, MX13 AOU, MX13 AOU, MX13 APY, MX13 ATF, MX62 AKNShare this with | Follow us on
A Chrono Patrol car used at the 2015 Warped North v South Paintball Festival at the Defence Training Estate, Swynnerton, Staffordshire. It is used off road on army training areas to check velocity of the paintball guns to make sure they conform to the rules of paintball using a chronograph and are safe to operate.Share this with | Follow us on
|999 MW A Fleur De Lys kit car used to advertise Martin Williams (Hull) Ltd’s bespoke vehicle conversions. Underneath the modern (but old-style) bodywork is a 1980s/1990s Ford Transit.|
|The rear – showing the half-police half-fire livery.|
|A close look at the makers badge on the front.|