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traffic warden

Brit a person who is appointed to supervise road traffic and report traffic offences
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The female commuters said that female traffic wardens show that there is no job that women cannot do and challenges need to be overcome to move ahead in life.
Gateshead Council Traffic wardens will use discretion, but the council urges motorists to not ditch their cars anywhere where they could cause problems for other vehicles.
The RPO stressed the senior traffic wardens to work with full commitment and dedication.
Mr Shahid said once the notification has been issued by the competent authority, traffic wardens will join the Rawalpindi City Traffic Police, which would help maintain traffic in the city.
IGP Arif Nawaz said that by having a professional attitude, the traffic wardens would be better able to manage city traffic and find solutions to problems being faced by road users.
In an unrelated incident police are investigating a report of a car being driven at two traffic wardens in the Samuel Street area of Belfast city centre after a parking ticket was issued last Friday.
More than a dozen of the traffic wardens were ready to say goodbye to the profession because of the inhumane behavior of high traffic officials.
Whilst in many countries traffic wardens are given quotas for fines they are expected to issue, municipalities here insist that quotas are not the way to go.
30am, he offers the traffic warden a packet of Tags Tasty Crisps - but warns passers by not to steal it.
The number of vacancies for traffic wardens is in decline.
Traffic wardens will wear new uniforms from tomorrow, which are more practical in all weather and make officers more visible on streets.
Traffic wardens would burden on police Central Committee of the Federation, meeting at Nottingham, has declared that it against the setting up of a of traffic wardens.