DAMAGE

Damage to a Council Property
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  1. Criminal damage refers to crimes where any person without lawful excuse intentionally or recklessly destroys or damages any property belonging to another. Activities resulting in non-permanent damage (ie that can be rectified, cleaned off or removed at no cost) such as letting down car tyres, should not be classed as criminal damage, nor should accidental damageā€. Vandalism on the other hand covers crimes against households and household property including cars. Vandalism is an offense that occurs when a person destroys or defaces someone else's property without permission
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