DVSA and Police Investigations

  1. Have you ever been investigated by DVSA or the police?
  2. Do you know how to prepare for a pre-arranged visit by DVSA’s traffic and vehicle examiners?
  3. Do you know how to predict when you are likely to receive an unannounced visit by DVSA’s traffic and vehicle examiners?
  4. Do you know how to prepare for an unannounced visit by DVSA’s traffic and vehicle examiners?
  5. Do you know how to respond to correspondence from DVSA seeking further information or reassurance in respect of shortcomings found on inspection at an operating centre visit and/or following adverse findings at a roadside check or report of conviction?
  6. Have you or anyone whom you employ ever been interviewed under caution by DVSA or the police?
  7. Have you or anyone whom you employ ever been arrested?
  8. Have you or anyone whom you employ ever been charged, prosecuted or convicted of a criminal offence?

Being faced with a formal DVSA or police investigation is a highly stressful experience which is fraught with danger for the uninitiated.

Dealing properly with an investigation, responding appropriately when invited to answer questions under caution or managing the process of formal arrest and interview are frequently vital to successfully resolving DVSA and police enquiries.

The sooner Pellys Transport and Regulatory Law have the opportunity to advise on a DVSA or police investigation, the more likely it is that we will be able to offer the assistance that operators actually need, to ensure a successful outcome.

If we can help, call us on 01279 818280 or click here.