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The Traffic Management (Northern Ireland) Order 2005

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3.[F1(1) The Department may provide for the enforcement by individuals of contraventions specified in Schedule 1 in relation to which the Department is the enforcement authority.

(1A) A district council may provide for the enforcement by individualsof contraventions specified in Schedule 1 in relation to which the council is the enforcement authority.

(1B) The individuals referred to in paragraphs (1) and (1A) are to beknown as traffic attendants.]

(2) A traffic attendant must be—

(a)an individual employed by [F2an enforcement authority] ; or

(b)where [F2an enforcement authority] has made arrangements with any person for the purposes of this Article, an individual employed by that person to act as a traffic attendant.

[F3(2A) In relation to any function conferred by this Order on anenforcement authority, a reference to a traffic attendant is a reference to a traffic attendant employed by, or in pursuance of arrangements made by, that enforcement authority under paragraph (2).]

(3) Traffic attendants—

(a)when exercising specified functions shall wear such uniform as the [F4enforcement authority] may determine; and

(b)shall not exercise any of those functions when not in uniform.

(4) In paragraph (3)(a) “specified functions” means—

(a)functions under Article 5 (issue of penalty charge notice by traffic attendant);

(b)functions under section 14(4BA) or 14A(5) of the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons (Northern Ireland) Act 1978 (c. 53) (enforcement powers relating to disabled persons' badges); and

(c)such other functions as may be prescribed.

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