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HMCTS Approved Enforcement Agencies Lot 3

Ministry of Justice - London , London, United Kingdom →

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HMCTS uses private contractors known as Approved Enforcement Agencies (AEA) as part of its enforcement approach. AEAs are predominately used to execute Warrants of Control but the current contract also allows them to execute Warrants of Arrest. The current contracts with AEAs expired on 28th February 2018, but have been extended till dd mm yy for the duration of this procurement activity. Contracts need to be re-procured to secure continuity of approved enforcement services to enable collection of financial impositions. The...

HMCTS uses private contractors known as Approved Enforcement Agencies (AEA) as part of its enforcement approach. AEAs are predominately used to execute Warrants of Control but the current contract also allows them to execute Warrants of Arrest. The current contracts with AEAs expired on 28th February 2018, but have been extended till dd mm yy for the duration of this procurement activity. Contracts need to be re-procured to secure continuity of approved enforcement services to enable collection of financial impositions. The monies collected by AEAs on behalf of HMCTS from defaulters provides significant income for the Department.

Warrants of Control (WoC) are issued for purpose of levying goods to satisfy a fine ordered by a court - The AEAs collect the fines on behalf of HMCTS and are able to charge a recovery fee (set out in statute) directly from the defaulter, so there are no costs to HMCTS. Annual contract value of £x m.

Warrants of Arrest (WoA) are issued when a person has defaulted on payment of their court fine - The AEAs execute these on behalf of HMCTS and are paid a fixed fee. HMCTS uses this service in areas where it does not have the capacity to send Civilian Enforcement Officers (CEOs). Current annual contract value £x m.

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Contract status:

Award notice - awarded

Contract value:

£0 - 41.4M

Contract can renew:

No

Contract type:

Services

Contract sectors:

  • Justice services
  • Public security, law and order services
  • Justice services
  • Public security, law and order services

Contract locations:

  • East Midlands
  • West Midlands
  • East Midlands
  • West Midlands

Contract suitable for SME:

Yes

Contract suitable for VCO:

No


Contract notice published:

10 June 2020

Contract tender deadline:

5 August 2019

Contract start:

24 January 2020

Contract end:

1 June 2025

Contract duration:

5 years, 4 months


Contact name:

Fergus Parish

Contact phone:

-

Contact email:

fergus.parish@justice.gov.uk


Contract value awarded:

£41.4M

Contract awarded:

24 January 2020


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in the next 12 months, buyer has 999 contracts worth £999m due to end
in the next 12 months, buyer has 999 contracts worth £999m due to end
in the next 12 months, buyer has 999 contracts worth £999m due to end
in the next 12 months, buyer has 999 contracts worth £999m due to end
Supplier name City Region Country SME Award value
Cder Group Limited London United Kingdom No £41.4M