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Blue Badge Protectors have been promoted by the Metropolitan Police to help reduce Blue Badge theft for more than 5 years. People using the blue badge protector are less likely to have the inconvenience of having their car broken into for the badge as the Protector is a visible deterrent. In the long term we hope that this will benefit both blue badge holders and councils who up until now have spent time and money reissuing stolen badges. Security against theft Over 6000 Blue Badges were stolen from parked cars during 2006, and this figure appears to be rising. The initial break-in causes great distress, and it can then take up to six weeks to replace disabled badges, during which time owners are seriously compromised when parking.
Security against theft
Thousands of Blue Badges are stolen from parked cars every year. The initial break-in causes great distress, and it can then take up to six weeks to replace disabled badges, during which time owners are seriously compromised when parking.
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