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BBC One daytime show, Dom On The Spot, heads to Enfield

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01 September 2017

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Dom On The Spot, fronted by Dom Littlewood, is set to return to the BBC and will be featuring hard-working enforcement officers from Enfield Council.

- Dom on the Spot to feature Enfield Council officers

- Teams include litter enforcement, CCTV, and blue badge teams

- Series begins on 4 September, BBC One

Dom On The Spot, fronted by Dom Littlewood, is set to return to the BBC and will be featuring hard-working enforcement officers from Enfield Council.

 Patrolling officers from Blue Badge Enforcement, Street Trading, Litter Enforcement and Fly-Tipping investigations will appear as well as the team in Enfield’s state-of-the-art CCTV centre.

Dom On The Spot and the producers TwoFour spent several days with Enfield Council, following the hard-working men and women charged with upholding the law, keeping our streets safe and clean and helping to uphold our strong communities.
 

Enfield Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment, Cllr Daniel Anderson, said: “Enfield Council’s enforcement officers work tirelessly to respond to residents’ environmental concerns in a timely and professional manner. They do very difficult jobs, often in challenging circumstances, and this will be seen during the series - and you will also meet some great characters too! So please tune in and show your support.”

 
The series airs from Monday, 4 September at 11am on BBC One. Follow #DomOnTheSpot on Twitter and @EnfieldCouncil for updates. Enfield Council officers are scheduled to appear on 6, 13, 14 and 15 September, and again in Spring 2018.*


 
*Episodes may change at short or no notice

Photograph courtesy of TwoFour