The BBC has just released the Capita TV Licensing Court Presenters' Manual in response to a Freedom of Information request made by the TV Licensing Blog.
You can be fairly confident that the BBC would have preferred to keep the information under wraps, so please be sure to download your own copy and share it with your friends.
We are currently reading the document closely and hope to provide a more comprehensive commentary later in the week.
We are immediately struck by Capita TV Licensing's policy to chase prosecution costs from everyone convicted of TV licence evasion, which includes some of the most vulnerable and financially-stretched people in society.
Remember that all prosecution costs awarded by the court go directly into Capita TV Licensing's pocket, so it has a clear pecuniary advantage in pressing for inflated costs at every opportunity.
We also note that in the case of botched or abandoned TV Licensing court proceedings, Capita always plays the "honest mistake" card to ensure that the public-purse picks up any defence costs awarded by the court.