The certification procedure allowing an individual to act as an Enforcement Agent (EA) is undertaken by the County Court. A person applying for an Enforcement Agent Certificate, must provide the following:

  • 2 x references – one to be the applicant’s employer or an approved officer of the Civil Enforcement Association and one to be a person who can confirm the applicant’s knowledge of the law of TCOG.
  • A Criminal Records Certificate / Criminal Conviction Certificate which needs to be less than a month old (CRB check)
  • A register of Judgements, Fines, Orders and Tribunal decisions against your full name, and home and business address (if applicable) for the last 6 years.  (CCJ check)
  • 2 x passport photographs
  • The current fee
  • Copies of the prescribed forms which you intend to use when TCOG
  • A current Bond
  • Proof of training **

A hearing date will be issued where you must appear in person in front of the Judge. The Judge will only grant a Certificate if, after examining the applicant in person he/she is satisfied that the applicant is

  1. A fit and proper person to hold a certificate
  2. Possesses sufficient knowledge of the law and procedures relating to enforcement and are competent to exercise those powers.

A Certificate will last for a period of 2 years before it must be renewed.

Once Certificated, we would then continue ongoing training, working towards submitting them for a Staffordshire University (Foundation Year) accredited examination in Civil Enforcement, which is equivalent to Level 3 of the National Qualifications and Credit Framework/University.

If you are interested in applying for a position with our Company, please send your CV and a covering letter to our office address, or email james@revenueservicesltd.com

**At Revenue Services Ltd, we would initially give new employees a minimum of 3 months extensive training, (including on the job training with a Mentor), along with in-house examinations.    Once we feel that employee has adequate knowledge, we would submit them for an IRRV accredited examination of the Civil Enforcement Association in Taking Control of Goods, which is equivalent to Level 2 of the National Qualifications and Credit Framework, before applying for their Certification hearing – which we pay for.