ASHLEY WOOD RECOVERY
June 2004
AWR NEWS
POLICE SCHEMES
Inside this issue:
Police Scheme
New Addition
Profile
Welcome
 

The Police are raising the importance of the Vehicle Audit Document, this is the yellow book for Dorset and the blue book (which is now red) for Wiltshire. These books have to be completed for every AADL job in Dorset and every GRG job in Wiltshire.
The VAD is used to record a trail of the vehicle and its details whilst in our care. It must show the vehicle identity and incident details, the reason for recovery and the property register entry number. The form is to be updated and show a full audit of events that occur during the stay of the vehicle e.g. visits by Police, Insurance Examiners, SOCO, calls and visits by owners etc. All relevant correspondance including disposal notices, release notes, recorded mail stubbs and copy invoices are to be kept with the VAD. It is of upmost importance that Police vehicle examiners and SOCO's endorse the VAD correctly and legibly making a note of any items of the vehicle they may remove. The VAD should be endorsed promptly and accurately and is to include all references to telephone calls.
WELCOME TO THE TEAM

ANDREW AXE

JOHN MACLEAN
NEW ADDITION





As you know Hannah from our Shaftesbury branch had a baby daughter on 12th April 2004. Her name is Imogen and weighed in at 8lb 5ozs at 7.26 in the morning. These are pictures of Imogen, not Hannah.




TEAM MEMBER PROFILE

Profile of the month is Danny Kett, Danny works in the workshop at our Salisbury base. Danny also helps out on breakdowns, recoveries and stands in for John Baldock. Danny sarted with AWR in August 2002
Danny lives with his partner Laura, 3 year old daughter Abigail and their 1 year old son Adam. With a young family he does not get much time for hobbies, when he does he enjoys watching banger racing, playing snooker and 10 pin bowling.
One of Danny's achievements was to drive a Formula Ford around Thruxton race circuit, which he really enjoyed. Look out Michael Schumacher! Danny is right behind you.