Dear Enfield Council,
I would like to request cctv footage from the end of the street of Curzon road and the junction of Nags hHead road with Scotland green road as my car was involved in a hit and run accident and I would like to find the person who did it the incident happened between 22:15 and 22:45 on the 25/11/2017 I am looking for a small silver vw driven by 2 mix race girls and the driver had curly hair thet is all the witness saw unfortunately and I will need to find the reg number.If its possible please help me so I can sort this driver out that he will not do it to somebody out he is a dangerous driver speeding and he could hav killed somebody if they were on the street thank you in advance
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Dear Mr Dudas,
If you have been involved in a road traffic collision within the last 31
days in Enfield, you should contact your insurance company and inform them
to make a request to Enfield Public Safety Centre (EPSC) by emailing
The EPSC deals directly with your insurance company if it's a non-criminal
traffic matter. If it's a criminal matter, they deal with the police. In
criminal cases, you must report to your local police station and obtain a
crime reference number.
We ask that insurance companies are very specific in the written request
and include the following:
•Date and time (e.g. Monday 17 August 2015 between 3:00pm and 3:30pm)
•Exact location and direction of travel (for example, Southbury Road
junction of Willow Road or outside 112-116 Fore Street N18)
•Make, model and colour of the vehicle (for example, AB01CDE - Silver
•A brief description of the incident
Complaints and Access to Information Team
Finance, Resources and Customer Services Department
Thomas Hardy House
39 London Road
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