Online Police Auctions

If you are interested in Police Auctions, you might find some of the links below useful. They are selected lines from the Police & Government Auctions List which are currently available. They show a selection of product lines available from police auctions throughout the UK. To receive a full, up-to-date list, visit the Police & Government Auctions website.

The fall in pump prices could be short-lived after May’s general election if a new Government decides it’s time for a hike in fuel duty. Having been frozen for the past three years, it could once again be targeted by a new administration facing the fiscal challenge of deficit reducti...
Many UK drivers are now in favour of a zero tolerance solution, where even a single alcoholic drink could render a driver unfit to drive. With the current limit set at 35 micrograms of alcohol for every 100 millilitres of breath in England, drivers want to see the limit reduced t...
Tomorrow Contractors Plant, Farm & Groundcare Machinery Auction ...
New Year Sale! BMW, Porsche, Militaria, Electric Bikes, James Bond, Artworks, Watches, Coins, Diamond Rings, Mont Blanc etc Postage Only Auction Part two of our bumper sale, many private collections and premium lots. Sale Date Ends 30 Jan 2015 from 10:00 G...

Below are some examples of the goods available from the Police Auctions section on eBay. There are many available, and to view more, simply click on Ebay police auctions or click on any of the items below that you are interested in.

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