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As part of compliance with the High Court Enforcement Officers regulations, all Authorised High Court Enforcement Officers must be full members of this association.

Before becoming a full member, the applicant will have have undergone extensive training in High Court Enforcement, and will undertake to comply with the various Acts, Regulations and  laws governing enforcement, with our code of conduct and will agree to be bound by our complaints procedure.

On this page you will find details of all Authorised High Court Enforcement Officers, How to Become a Member, and our national statistics.

Should you need any additional information that is not answered here or on our FAQ page, please contact us.

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