What % percentage of litter FPN fines of £80 are paid in full or not paid at all .

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Dear Community Safety Glasgow, Can you tell me what is your stats for FNP fines concerning litter of £80 paid in full or not paid at all & ignored or you have no response to paying them , or any other way you ask for them to be paid or fulfilled .

Yours faithfully, David Cardwell

Commsafety MLU, Community Safety Glasgow

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Dear Mr Cardwell

 

I refer to your two emails received via this email address on 8th
September. In correspondence dated July 15th, you were advised that, as a
Persistent and Vexatious Complainer, Community Safety Glasgow would
continue to decline any further contact with you either in person, by
telephone, fax, e-mail or via our social media channels. You were further
advised that, in line with Section 4.14 of the Persistent and Vexatious
Complainers Policy, any further contact you have with Community Safety
Glasgow should be in writing and directed to Nicola McPhee, Head of
Community Justice, by letter using ordinary post, recorded delivery or
special delivery through Royal Mail.

 

Your current status as a Persistent and Vexatious Complainer will be
considered for review on October 14th. In the meantime, please use the
method of contact re-iterated above.

 

Kind regards

Margaret

 

 

Margaret Sinclair

Administration MLU Officer / Receptionist

Community Safety Glasgow

Eastgate, 727 London Road, Glasgow, G40 3AQ

Tel:0141 276 7775

e-mail: [email address]

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Community Safety Glasgow is a partnership between Glasgow City Council and
Police Scotland. Together, and with other partners across the city, we aim
to tackle antisocial behaviour in your community.

Community Safety Glasgow (CSG) is a Limited Company incorporated in
Scotland (No.130604) and a Registered Charity (No. SCO17889)

 

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