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The Railways (Penalty Fares) Regulations 2018

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10.—(1) A collector must be in possession of that collector’s identification when performing the functions conferred on collectors by these Regulations.

(2) A collector’s identification must contain the information specified in Part 2 of Schedule 1.

(3) Where a collector requires a person to do anything under these Regulations, that collector must, if the person concerned so requests, produce the collector’s identification.

(4) A collector—

(a)who fails to comply with paragraph (1) or (3); or

(b)whose identification does not comply with paragraph (2),

has no authority to require a person to do anything, or to charge a penalty fare, under these Regulations.

(5) A collector may only charge a penalty fare under regulation 5(1) to a person who is travelling by, present on or leaving a train if the collector has been authorised to charge a penalty fare by the operator of that train.

(6) A person present in or leaving a compulsory ticket area, other than as a result of leaving a train that arrived at that compulsory ticket area, may only be charged a penalty fare under regulation 5(1) by a collector, if the collector has been authorised to charge a penalty fare by the operator of—

(a)the station of which the compulsory ticket area forms part; or

(b)any train that arrives at, or departs from, the compulsory ticket area.

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