A man who abused a Civil Enforcement Officer (CEO) in Bootle, received 100 hours of community service and lessons in human dignity; a conviction helped by evidence from the officer's VideoBadge camera.
The man from Southport racially abused the CEO employed by NSL during an altercation regarding a parking ticket. The incident was subsequently reported to the police.
Simon Hummer, Client Account Manager of NSL for Sefton, said: "I'm proud of the level of professionalism that our colleague demonstrated and I'm glad that he has now received some justice. We're committed to push for full justice wherever our CEOs are abused and (there is) body cam evidence. This particular incident reiterates that it's completely unacceptable for violence to be used against CEOs at any time."