Ensuring the safety of our members and everyone they engage with in the course of their work is our number one priority. This applies specifically to enforcement in a world where we are living with the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, but also to wider issues. We are:

  • Constantly reviewing and updating our Code of Best Practice to enforcement in a Covid-19 context, which outlines a safe, sustainable and flexible approach to enforcement.
  • Supporting the Government’s drive to make it mandatory for all enforcement officers to wear body worn video cameras to record all interactions with debtors as they are visited.
  • Introducing and sharing best practice with all our members, as well as reviewing this in line with any changes to the regulations.
  • Providing training for our members across all areas of their work.

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‘Fair and effective enforcement’ has strong support from the public

‘Fair and effective enforcement’ has strong support from the public

In its first ever public perception research, the High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) found there is strong support from the general public for a fair and effective enforcement... Read more
High Court Enforcement Officers Association shares expertise at Viet Nam conference on asset recovery and enforcement efficiency

High Court Enforcement Officers Association shares expertise at Viet Nam conference on asset recovery and enforcement efficiency

Delegates from the High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) were invited to Viet Nam to share their expertise as key speakers in a conference on enforcement. Read more
HCEOA is observing International Fraud Awareness Week

HCEOA is observing International Fraud Awareness Week

The High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) is backing International Fraud Awareness Week and urging anyone who thinks they have been contacted by someone pretending to be a High Court... Read more

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