Outside body

PATROL (National Parking Adjudication Service Joint Committee)


Local authorities who undertake civil parking enforcement are required by statute to make provision for independent adjudication. The relationship between the adjudicators and the Joint Committee is derived from and governed by the Traffic Management Act 2004 and, in the case of the Bus Lane Adjudication Service Joint Committee, the Transport Act 2000.


Over 300 local authorities in England (outside London) and Wales are members of the PATROL (Parking and Traffic Regulations Outside London) Adjudication Joint Committee to exercise this function jointly.


The main function of the Joint Committee is to provide resources to support independent adjudicators and their staff, who together comprise the Traffic Penalty Tribunal (TPT). In addition, PATROL undertakes initiatives to support its local authority members and raise awareness of the objectives of civil enforcement.


Contact information

Location: alternate - PATROL, Springfield House, Water Lane, Wimslow, Cheshire SK9 5BG

Louise Hutchinson

Our representatives