Revocation after ‘violent losses of control’

Mr Hancock had used a motor vehicle as a weapon to cause damage, impacting his repute

Chesterfield-based Scott Hancock has O-Licence revoked and two-year disqualification after criminal convictions following ‘violent losses of control’
Criminal convictions resulting from ‘violent losses of control’ have resulted in the revocation of the two-vehicle national O-Licence, held by Chesterfield-based Scott Hancock, and his two-year disqualification from holding an O-Licence by Traffic Commissioner (TC) Gerallt Evans.

On 20 September 2019, Mr Hancock was sentenced at Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court for two offences of common assault by beating committed against his estranged partner.

He was also convicted of criminal damage to the estranged partner’s home . . .


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