Motorbike seized after reports of anti-social use of off road vehicles in Dacorum

Officers were patrolling Markyate, Flamstead and Great Gaddesdon after receiving reports

Tuesday, 6th April 2021, 5:07 pm
Updated Tuesday, 6th April 2021, 5:08 pm

Officers seized a motorbike at the weekend after police received reports of anti-social use of off road vehicles in Dacorum.

Safer Neighbourhood Officers were out patrolling in Markyate, Flamstead and Great Gaddesdon this bank holiday weekend, after receiving reports.

A spokesperson for Herfordshire Police said: "As a result of this one person has had their motorbike seized for driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence and no insurance.

Motorbike seized after reports of anti-social use of off road vehicles in Dacorum

"Another vehicle that was transporting the off road vehicles has been issued a Warning Notice under section 59(4) Police Reform Act 2002, if he uses this vehicle in this manner again, the vehicle will be seized.

"If you wish to ride bikes or quads off road, you must have the permission of the land owner and the correct insurance in place.

"If you wish to ride your bike or quad on the road, you must also have the correct insurance and a valid driver's licence."

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