Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) and Community Speed Watch
What to do if you've received a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) or a Community Speed Watch letter.
I wasn’t the owner, keeper or hirer of the vehicle at the time of the offence because I had sold it or given it someone else before the date of the offence.
Thank you. You can tell us who the driver was by completing Section B and C on the back of the NIP, or by using our online form.
If you decide to complete the form, please return it to:
Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership
PO Box 2117
Click 'Start' below to complete a quick and simple form.
You'll be able to download a copy of your report for your own records.
Average completion time: 5 mins
You'll need the following:
- proof that you bought the vehicle (this could be a receipt, V5 or a letter from the DVLA) showing the date of sale
- the 16 digit reference number from the top of the notice / letter
- the buyer's name and address and any other information you have about them
Please note: it's an offence to knowingly and wilfully provide a false statement under Section 5 of the Perjury Act. This and offences of perverting the course of justice can both incur imprisonment and/or a fine.