Hi GeorgeHi James, I worked with your father on Traffic about 1963, he was known as Ken, lovely chap with a good sense of humour. Mind you in those days you had to have a sense of humour other-wise you wouldn't survive. Others around at the time were Leo Harris, Ken Fisher (the white boot man). The Vicar -Stan Green, Bullet 'R'. 303. I will explain the 'White boot man' If anyone visited Duke Street Garage and stood talking for more than a minute. They would leave with white painted boots. Your mom and dad lived at the back of the Odeon Perry Barr. As mentioned previously he died whilst pushing a car. A tragic loss.
My dad was John Adams bullet R303 he was on the bikes at Duke Street .I remember going to see the horses..Sadly dad died in 1986 aged 52(heart attack) and my mum (Jo) died last year 2013.
people I remember are Leo Harris, Ken Fisher, Harry Bennett Lou (forgot his surname), Chigley (don't know real name), Chin, I think his name was graham and the late lovely, Rodney Ashton and Bob George.
Dad went to Lloyd House on the accident investigation unit where he teamed up with Johnny Bristow and some years later after retiring from the police, they set up accident investigation services.
All the best