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stressedmedic

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Late submission of NIP - Driving Offence
« on: May 15, 2024, 07:43:32 am »
Last night I received some bulk mail dumped outside my flat which includes a Final Notice for a Notice of Intended Prosecution. We live in an estate and I suspect a neighbour has been “accidentally” collecting our mail.

The Final Notice date is early March with 7 days grace period.

Obviously this is causing a lot of stress as I work within an Ambulance Trust and rely on my driving license.

How flexible are the police in accepting late submission of the forms? Should I include a letter when posting back the NIP explaining these circumstances?

Thank you

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Re: Late submission of NIP - Driving Offence
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2024, 09:08:08 am »
Early March, I suspect you are going to be out of any timeframe for a late submission.

All is not lost, but its going to need you to engage with the process.

First port of call is to contact the ticket office and get the details of the offence and find out if a SJPN has already been issued.

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Re: Late submission of NIP - Driving Offence
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2024, 09:36:01 am »
How flexible are the police in accepting late submission of the forms?

It depends.
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