Dear Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner,
May I please know
1. How many vehicles you have seized for no insurance in the year 2017?
2. How many vehicles you seized for no VEL road tax in the year 2017 ?
3. How many returned to road use, previously accident damaged vehicles did you randomly check for the source of the parts used to repair them since OCT 2015?
4. How many traffic officers you have?
Yours faithfully, Peter Anderson
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