on the 11/6/13 is was stopped by the police in nottingham for riding my motorbike in a bus lane.( in some bus lanes in the city you can and other you cant) the bobby who pulled me over was sympathetic to the issue but said he needed to ticket me as his sgt was with him. he explained how it was a non endorsable offence but i would recieve a £30 fine in the post in the next two weeks. having not heard from the police since the incident i thought i would look at the copy of the from he gave me and i have noticed a few issues with it although i produced all my documents at the side of the road for him, he has written the wrong address down ( ie wrong house number) and he has written the VRN number down in such a way that it is impossible to tell what the reg is. he has also written down my driving licence number incorrectly. all the other details are correct ie name date of birth contact number etc so with minimal work they could find me. it states on the back that it is my responsibility to monitor mail at the address written on the front ( difficult as its not my house!!) and failure to respond will lead to court proceedings. now my question is.... do i ignore it as the details on the ticket are not correct ( and it was the officers fault for not writing them down correctly) and this voids the ticket or am i expected to follow this up to sort it. or is it possible that the officer involved knew what he was doing and by not filling in the form correctly he was giving me a way out of the fine?