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  1. Betting
    Legislation covering betting
    Gambling Act 2005
  2. Betting
    Before anyone can operate as a bookmaker, they must hold a ??? license issued by ???
    • Operating licence
    • The Gamnbling Commission
  3. Betting
    Bookmakers can be defined as ??? or ??? that take ??? from the ??? and ??? the ??? in betting
    Bookmakers can be defined as individuals or companies that take wagers from the public and negotiate the odds in betting
  4. Betting
    If the business has no more than 3 persons authorised to it, it is licenced as a small scale operator and does not require a ???
    Personal licence
  5. Betting
    Gambling Commission will assess each application using priciples:
    Prevent gambling being a source of crime or disorder, associated with crime or disorder or used to support crime

    Gambling conducted in a fair and open way

    Protect children and vulnerable persons being harmed or exploited
  6. Betting
    Hours of business
    Licenced betting offices CLOSED between 10pm and 7am

    Closed Xmas day
  7. Betting
    Notices that must be displayed in betting offices:
    Rules of betting on premises

    No-one under 18 permitted, displayed in prominent place at every entrance

    No alcohol sold or permitted, displayed in prominent place at every entrance
  8. Betting
    Type of entertainment allowed
    No entertainment to be provided
  9. Betting
    TV/Radio allowed
    Only covering sporting events or info relating to betting
  10. Betting
    Section 306 Gambling Act 2005
    Constable may enter premises if he reasonably suspects that an offence under this Act may be:

    • (a) being committed on the premises
    • or
    • (b) about to be committed on the premises.
  11. Betting
    Section 307 Gambling Act 2005
    Constable suspects that facilities for gambling other than private and non-commercial gaming or betting may be being provided, may be about to be provided or have been provided, on the premises, they may enter premises for the following purposes:

    (a) to discover whether facilities for gambling other than privateand non-commercial gaming or betting are being provided, are about to be provided or have been provided on the premises

    (b) to determine whether an operating licence or premises licence is held in respect of the provision of facilities for gambling on the premises

    (c) to determine whether facilities are being, will be or have been provided in accordance with the terms and conditions of anoperating licence or premises licence
  12. Betting
    Section 308 Gambling Act 2005
    Constable may enter premises he reasonably believes to be used by the holder of an operating licence wholly or partly for purposes connected with the licensed activities to determine whether the licensed activities are being carried on in accordance with the terms and conditions of the operating licence.
  13. Betting
    Section 33 Gambling Act 2005
    No operators licence or in breach of conditions

    Offence for any person to provide facilities for gambling if they are not the holder of an operators licence or if such a holder, in breach of any condition attached to it.
  14. Betting
    Section 37 Gambling Act 2005
    No premises licence or in breach of conditions

    Offence for any person to use a premises for betting unless it is covered by a premises licence or in breach of a condition attached to it.
  15. Betting
    Section 46 Gambling Act 2005
    Offence for a person to invite, cause or permit a child (<16) or young person (16-18) to gamble
  16. Betting
    Section 47 Gambling Act 2005
    Offence for a young person (16-18) to gamble
  17. Dogs
    Stray Dogs legislation (2)
    The Dogs Act 1906

    Environmental Act 1990
  18. Dogs
    If a member of the public finds a stray dog they must:
    • Return it to its owner (if known)
    • or
    • Hand it over to the local authority officer (Dog Warden)
    • or
    • Take it to the police station and either:
    • a) Hand it over to the police
    • or
    • b) Offer to keep the dog.
  19. Dogs
    Police or local authority keep register of dogs found or seized. The register should contain info:(3)
    Description of animal

    Date of seizure

    How animal disposed of (eg. dog pound)
  20. Dogs
    If keeper known notice that dog seized must be served. Must be served in writing by post, personally or to address.
    Dogs must be claimed and all expenses paid within ??? days
    7 days
  21. Dogs
    If MOP wants to keep stray dog they must agree to do so for ???
    If no one claims it within ??? the dog becomes finders property
    1 month

    2 months
  22. Dogs
    Dog Fouling Legislation
    The Dogs Fouling (Scotland) Act 2003
  23. Dogs
    Dog Fouling Legislation - offences (2)
    Fail to remove or dispose of dogs excrement without reasonable excuse or consent of land owner/occupier

    Fail to give name and address to authorised local authority officer
  24. Dangerous Dogs
    Legislation covering dangerous dogs (2)
    Dogs Act 1871

    Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
  25. Dangerous Dogs
    Section 2 Dogs Act 1871
    Offence to keep a dog which is dangerous and not kept under proper control
  26. Dangerous Dogs
    Section 3 (1) Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
    Offence for owner or person in charge to allow dog to be dangerously out of control in public
  27. Dangerous Dogs
    Section 3 (3) Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
    Offence for owner or person in charge to allow dog to enter any place not permitted and while there:

    Injure any person

    Reason to believe it will do so
  28. Dangerous Dogs
    Dangerous Dog Act 1991 requires proof that:(2)
    Dog was out of control

    AND

    Lack of control was dangerous
  29. Dangerous Dogs
    Section 1 Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 (types of fighting dogs) (4)
    • Pit Bull terrier
    • Japanese Tosa
    • Fila Braziliero
    • Dogo Argentino
  30. Dangerous Dogs
    Section 1 (2) Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 offence to:(5)
    Section 1 Dogs

    Breed or breed

    Sell or exchange, offer, advertise

    Gift

    Muzzle & lead in public

    Abandon or allow to stray
  31. Dangerous Dogs
    Section 1 (3) Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 offence to:
    Any person to have Section 1 dog in possession or custody

    • Unless:
    • Seized under powers of act
    • Held under destruction order
    • exempted under Act
  32. Dangerous Dogs
    Conditions which owner of Section 1 dog must comply to legally keep dog (7)
    Police notified

    Exemption certificate

    Tattoo

    Fee paid

    3rd party Insurance

    Certificate requirements complied with

    Spayed/Neutered

    Transponder (microchip)
  33. Dangerous Dogs
    To obtain certificate of exemption for Section 1 dog owner must apply to:
    Police & Index of Exempted Dogs
  34. Dangerous Dogs
    Certificate of exemption will remain valid if conditions are met:(6)
    Kept secure to prevent escape

    Muzzle & lead in public

    3rd party insurance

    Show cert to police or local authority (within 5 days of request) - allow tattoo and chip to be read

    Index of Exempted Dogs notified of dog address change for >30 days

    Index of Exempted Dogs notified of dog death or export
  35. Dangerous Dogs
    Section 5 (1) Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
    Constable or local authority dog warden may seize dog in public place which appears to be:

    Section 1 & not complying with exempted conditions

    Dog dangerously out of control

    No power to enter private place without warrant
  36. Dangerous Dogs
    Section 5 (2) Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
    Sheriff or JOP issue warrant to enter (force) & search premises - seize dog or any other thing related
  37. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Street trading means doing following things in public:(2)
    Hawking, selling or offering or exposing for sale any item

    Offer to carry out, or carry out any service for money or moneys worth

    • from vehicle, kiosk or moveable stall not entered in valuation roll
    • Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 Section 39(2)
  38. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Exeptions to requirements for licence - Street Trader (6)
    Sale of newspapers only

    Sale of milk (by or on behalf of reg. person under Sec 19 Food Safety Act 1990)

    Sale of coal, coke or coal derived fuel

    Activity covered by granted Pedlars Act 1871certificate

    Any activity in respect of which a licence is required under this act apart from this section

    Organising or participating in public charatable collection
  39. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Minimum age to hold a street traders licence
    17
  40. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Legislation failing to comply with a conditionn attached to licence
    Civic Government S(Scotland) Act 1982 Section 7
  41. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Common conditions attached to a street traders licence (3)
    Failing to produce licence when required by police of council official

    Failing to display street traders badge on outermost garment

    Trading in area not covered by licence
  42. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Private market definition

    Section 40 Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982
    A market

    whether covered or not

    carried on by any person other than local authority

    at which goods are offered

    by more than one seller

    for sale by retail to the public
  43. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Person running a private market needs:
    Market operators licence
  44. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Legislation:offence for person to operate a private market without licence
    Section 40 Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982
  45. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Markets exempt from market operators licence (10)
    • Public market
    • Charitable
    • Religious
    • Youth
    • Community
    • Political
    • Recreational

    • and markets for sale of:
    • Livestock
    • Fodder
    • Grain
  46. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Legislation relating to Pedlars
    Pedlars Act 1871
  47. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Pedlar:essential elements (3)
    Goods must be carried for immediate delivery

    Offering sale of skills

    Trades on foot
  48. Street traders, Market Trading and Pedlars
    Needed to carry out trade as Pedlar:Age, licence, issuer, valid
    17+

    Pedlars certificate

    Issued by Chief Constable

    Valid full UK for 1 year
  49. Animal Health and Welfare
    Legislation
    Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Protection of Animals (Scotland) Act 1912
  50. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 16 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Definition of an animal
    A vertebrate (any creature with a backbone) excluding humans

    Not vertebrates in embryonic or foetal form
  51. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 17 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Definition of a protected animal
    A ‘Protected Animal’ is one which is commonly domesticated in the British Isles, under control of man on a permanent or temporary basis i.e. not living in a wild state.
  52. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 19 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Unnecessary Suffering - offence
    Unnecessary Suffering

    A person commits this offence if they cause a protected animal unnecessary suffering by an act which they knew or ought to have reasonably known, that what they were doing would cause such suffering or would be likely to do so.

    Suffering in this instance includes mental as well as physical suffering. (This would include things such as beating, kicking, torture, leaving a dog in car on a warm sunny day without adequate ventilation and/or water, overloading a lorry with sheep or pigs for Transportation etc).
  53. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 18 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Who can be responsible for an animal
    Responsibility for Animals

    This is a person, who is responsible for an animal on a permanent or temporary basis.

    It also includes being in charge of it, however,the person who actually owns the animal is ALWAYS regarded as being responsible for it.

    • A person under the age of 16 years of age cannot be responsible for an animal.
    • The person who has care or control of the under 16 year old is responsible for any animal an under 16 year old has in their care or charge.

    A person who owns an animal and then abandons it does not relinquish responsibility for its welfare
  54. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 24 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Ensuring the Welfare of Animals - offence committed
    Ensuring the Welfare of Animals

    A person who is responsible for an animal commits an offence if they do not take steps that are reasonable in the circumstances to ensure that the needs of an animal are met as required by good practice.
  55. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 23 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Animal Fights - What is an animal fight
    An animal fight is any occasion on which a protected animal is placed with an animal, or with a human, for the purpose of fighting,wrestling or baiting.
  56. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 23 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Animal Fights - offence
    It is an offence for a person to keep or train an animal for an animal fight, or possess without lawful authority or reasonable excuse any equipment which is designed or adapted for use in an animal fight
  57. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 23 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Animal Fights - offences commited if:(8)
    A person commits an offence if that person:

    Causes an animal fight to take place

    Arranges an animal fight

    Participates in making, carrying out arrangements for an animal fight

    Allows premises to be used for or charging admission to attend an animal fight

    Makes or accepts a bet on the outcome of an animal fight

    Bets on the likelihood of anything occurring (or not) in the course of an animal fight

    Or simply takes part in an animal fight

    Being present at an animal fight
  58. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 22 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Administration of Poisons - offence commited if:(4)
    A person (including a person who is responsible for an animal) commits an offence if without lawful authority or reasonable excuse they:

    Administer a poisonous or injurious drug or substance to aprotected animal

    Cause such a drug or substance to be taken by a protected animal

    Permit another person to administer poisonous or an injurious substance to an animal

    Fail to take reasonable steps to prevent that from happening
  59. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 7 Protection of Animals (Scotland) Act 1912

    Poisoned Grain or Flesh - offence (2)
    Sale/gift poisonous grain/seed

    Knowingly puts poison/fluid/edible matter rendered poisonous

    * Upon Summary conviction liable to a fine
  60. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 20 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Mulilation - offence (2)
    Offence is committed if a person carries out a prohibited procedure on a protected animal or causes or permits a prohibited procedure to be carried out on a protected animal by another person or fails to take steps which are reasonable in the circumstances to prevent that from happening.

    It is also an offence to take or cause a protected animal to be taken out of Scotland for the purpose of having a prohibited procedurecarried out.
  61. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 21 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Cruel Operations - offence
    A person commits an offence if they perform an operation on a protected animal without due care and humanity or to allow another person to do so or take reasonable steps to prevent that from happening.
  62. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 29 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Abandonment - offence
    If a person, without reasonable excuse, abandons an animal for which they are responsible in circumstances which is likely to cause it unnecessary suffering they commit this offence.
  63. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 30 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Sale of Animals to Children - offence
    It is an offence to sell an animal to a person who is under 16 years of age.
  64. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 31 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Animals as Prizes - offence
    It is also an offence to offer or give another person an animal as a prize (so no more goldfish to be won at the fair).

    ** This does not apply in a family situation i.e. a young person is offered a pet as a reward for passing an exam.
  65. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 32 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Taking Possession of an Animal
    PC or Inspector find protected animal suffering you may take or take steps to arrange taking to alleviate suffering - does not authorise desturction

    Owners consent not required
  66. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 35 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Destruction of Animals
    If a vet condition of protected animal requires destruction you may do so where it is, take it elsewhere or make arrangements

    Consent of owner not required
  67. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 39 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Deprivation Orders
    If a person is convicted of a ‘relevant offence’, the court may decide to make a deprivation order in relation to any animal to which the offence was committed.

    • A deprivation order will deprive a person of possession or ownership (or both) of an animal and can order the destruction, sale or another way of disposing of the animal concerned.
    • It will also make provision for any dependent offspring of an animal to which it applies.

    A deprivation order may also include provision which appoints a person who is to ensure that the provision is carried out and includes a requirement for the person who possesses the animal to which the order applies to give it up to the appointed person or any person acting on their behalf (eg SSPCA or similar body).

    It will also authorise entry to any premises where an animal to which the order applies is kept for the purpose of securing that the order is carried out.

    The order may make provision for the requirement the reimbursement of expenses incurred in carrying out the order and how any of the proceeds gained by the disposal may be retained i.e.if the animal is sold, the money of the sale may be directed to an animal charity such as the SSPCA
  68. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 40 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Disqualification Orders

    Where a person is convicted of a relevant offence a court may make an order which imposes on the person one or more of the following disqualifications:(8)
    • a) Owning or keeping an animal (or both)
    • b) Dealing in animals
    • c) Transporting animals
    • d) Working with or using animals
    • e) Riding or driving animals
    • f) Providing any service relating to animals (in particular their care) which involves taking possession of animals
    • g) Taking possession of animals for any activity in respect of thedisqualifications mentioned above
    • h) Taking charge of animals for any or any other purpose.
  69. Animal Health and Welfare
    Section 50 Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006

    Premises and Domestic Premises - what can be seized if warrant granted (3)
    Animal (inc. carcass)

    Equipment

    Document
  70. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    Definition of PSV
    M/V used for carrying passengers for hire or reward

    Adapted to carry 9 or more passengers

    Adapted for 8 or less passengers will carry them at seperate fares
  71. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    Definition of PCV
    No definition exists but

    M/V capable of carrying 9 or more passengers (at least 10 seats inc. drivers)

    Never for hire or reward
  72. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    Licence category required to drive PSV & PCV and exceptions (4)
    Category D

    • Historic buses
    • Permit buses
    • Driven by LGV licence holder upto 8 persons (no hire/reward)
    • Driven away by police
  73. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    Age for PCV + exceptions (4)
    21

    • 18 when:
    • Learning to drive Cat D under supervision of cat D holder

    Taking test for Cat D

    Cat D but not carrying passengers

    Cat D and carrying passengers under operators licence, small/large bus permite or community bus permit
  74. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    Required before operation of a PSV on road
    PSV Operators Licence
  75. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    PSV Operators Licence issued by
    Traffic Commisioner of area
  76. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    Details on PSV Operators Licence disc (3)
    Operators name

    Licence number

    Expiry date (normally valid 5 years)
  77. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    PSV or PCV (8 or more passenger seats) should be tested ??? if more than ??? year old
    Annually

    1 year old

    *Less than 8 passenger seats : Annually and every 3 years
  78. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    Which PSV's require a tachograph
    Not used on a regular route regardless of distance

    • Records:
    • Speed, time, distance, rest periods
  79. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    HO/RT1 to PCv - what's required and how long to produce (5)
    Full driving licence (with PCV entitlement) - 7 days

    Certificate of Insurance - 7 days

    PCV test certificate - 7 days

    Operators licence - 14 days

    Operators licence identity disc - 14 days
  80. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    PSV (Conduct of Drivers, Inspectors, Conductors and Passengers) Regulations 1990 (4)
    1. The driver, conductor or inspector failing to ensure the safetyof passengers. Eg driver speaking to passengers whilst the vehicle in motion

    • 2. The driver, conductor or inspector shall not smoke in or on a vehicle except:
    • a) when not available for the carriage of passengers and the person is in any part of the vehicle where smoking is not prohibited
    • b) with the permission of the operator and the agreement of the hirer when the vehicle is hired as a whole.

    3. Avoiding payment of fare.

    4. Wilfully do anything to the vehicle or it’s equipment which is calculated to obstruct or interfere with the working of the vehicle or to cause injury or discomfort to any person.
  81. Passenger Carrying Vehicles and Public Service Vehicles
    PSV (Conduct of Drivers, Inspectors, Conductors and Passengers) Regulations 1990 - powers of arrest
    No power of arrest - revert to common law if appropriate
  82. Pedestrian Crossings
    Legislation covering details and offences (2)
    The Zebra, Pelican and Puffin Pedestrian Crossings Regulations 1997

    Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
  83. Pedestrian Crossings
    Zebra Crossing
    Uncontrolled crossing

    No traffic lights

    B&W stripes

    Orange flashing beacons

    Pedestrians right of way when step onto
  84. Pedestrian Crossings
    Pelican Crossing
    Pedestrian Light Controlled Crossings

    Traffic lights

    Press button on wait box

    Green man

    Don't cross on green man flashing
  85. Pedestrian Crossings
    Puffin Crossing
    Pedestrian User Friendly Intelligent Crossings

    Red & Green man on wait box

    Pedestrian presence Matt Detectors

    On crossing radar
  86. Pedestrian Crossings
    Toucan Crossing
    Two Can Cross

    Cyclists don't need to dismount

    Green & red man on box

    Sensors
  87. Pedestrian Crossings
    School crossings
    Section 28 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 - offence (2)
    Any person driving or propelling a vehicle to fail to stop before reaching the crossing when the prescribed sign is exhibited

    Any person driving or propelling a vehicle having stopped for a school crossing patrol then traverses the crossing whilst the prescribed sign is still exhibited commits an offence.
  88. Pedestrian Crossings
    Offences relating to stationary vehicles (2)
    Stopping Within the Limits of a Pedestrian Crossing.

    Stopping Within a Zebra or Pelican/Puffin Controlled Area
  89. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Legislation
    Civic Goverment (Scotland) Act 1982
  90. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    What is a 2nd hand dealer
    A person carrying on a business as a dealer in 2nd hand goods or articles of any description
  91. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Who to apply for a licence and possible conditions attached requiring keeping of records (3)
    Local authority

    Info to be kept in records

    Premises where they are to be left

    Period for which they are to be kept
  92. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Section 25 Civic Goverment (Scotland) Act 1982

    Disposal of Stock in Trade
    Not dispose of any item of stock in trade until 48 hours (exc Sat & Sun) after aquired

    *Not applied to anything bought and not brought to premises
  93. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Exeptions to requiring a licence (6)
    Local authority

    Pawn brokers

    Dealers purchasing from licensed 2nd hand dealers

    Charities

    Finance companies repossesing under Consumer Credit Act 1974
  94. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    2nd hand vehicle acquired for resale needs to keep ??? from ??? when bought
    mileage

    odometer
  95. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Metal dealer is....
    A person who carries on a business consisting wholly or partly of buying and selling scrap metal

    Section 37 Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982
  96. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Metal dealers require to keep records by law:(4)
    Records of all transactions

    Proper register on numbered pages

    Transactions recorded immediately

    Records maintained for 2 years

    *Records must be kept at each place dealer conducts business
  97. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Metal dealers register should contain details:(6)
    Description

    Weight

    Price

    Name & Address of seller

    Reg mark of delivery vehicle

    Date of transaction
  98. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Exemption Warrant granted by local council (no dealers licence required) if by records can show sales exceed ???
    £100,000
  99. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Section 35 Civic Goverment (Scotland) Act 1982

    metal dealer shall not dispose or process any metal until ???
    Expiry of 48 hours, excluding Sat & Sun, after acquired
  100. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Where metal dealer is convicted of offence relating to the business or of dishonesty the court may...
    Stop the disposal of any metal until 7 days after it was bought
  101. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Itinerant Dealers

    Retain invoices and receipts for how long?
    6 months
  102. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Itinerant Dealers

    Invoices and receipts must include details:(3)
    Description of the metal

    Quantity of the metal

    Name and address of person selling and/or buying metal
  103. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Section 34 Civic Goverment (Scotland) Act 1982

    Any metal dealer or itinerant metal dealer to acquire metal from or dispose metal to any person apparently under the age of ???
    16 years old
  104. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Section 30 Civic Goverment (Scotland) Act 1982

    Offence
    Offence in relation to keeping records
  105. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Section 36 Civic Goverment (Scotland) Act 1982

    Offence
    Operating as a dealer without a licence
  106. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Section 26 Civic Goverment (Scotland) Act 1982

    Powers to detain suspect persons
    2nd hand dealers are provided with powers:

    If during the course of their business they are offered ANY item which the dealer suspects is stolen, they may detain the suspect as long as is reasonably possible neccessary for attendance of police

    * also applies to anyone giving false name and address
  107. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Police Powers
    When arrived at premises:

    Arrest and seize suspect goods
  108. Second Hand Dealers and Metal Dealers
    Section 5 Civic Goverment (Scotland) Act 1982

    Powers of Entry and Inspection
    Constable to enter and inspect any premises or vehicle used in an activity relating to the above dealers at any reasonable time

    Also enter and inspect any records or stock being filed
  109. Goods Vehicles
    Goods vehicle definition
    M/V constructed or adapted for use for the carriage of goods
  110. Goods Vehicles
    LGV weight
    7.5 tonnes +
  111. Goods Vehicles
    Good vehicle types (3)
    Rigid

    Rigid with a draw bar trailer (trailer pulled by a rigid vehicle)

    Articulated vehicle
  112. Goods Vehicles
    Trailer definition
    A vehicle drawn by a M/V
  113. Goods Vehicles
    Articulated vehicle definition
    M/V (tractive unit) and a trailer (semi trailer) attached by 5th wheel coupling so front part of trailer is superimposed unto back part of tractive unit through this coupling
  114. Goods Vehicles
    Medium Sized Goods vehicle definition (3)

    Section 108 RTA 1988
    Constructed/adapted to carry/haul goods

    Upto 9 passengers (inc driver)

    3.5 - 7.5 tonnes
  115. Goods Vehicles
    LGV licence category
    Entitlements (3)
    C

    3.5 tonnes + max auth mass

    Trailer 750kg loaded

    Min age 21
  116. Goods Vehicles
    MGV licence category
    Entitlements (3)
    C1

    3.5 - 7.5 tonnes

    Drawing of trailer max auth mass 750kg

    Min age 18 y.o.
  117. Goods Vehicles
    Must pass annual test (3)
    Mechanically propelled goods vehicles exceeding 3.5 tonnes

    Drawbar trailers exceeding 1020kg unladen

    Tractive units and trailers (any weight)
  118. Goods Vehicles
    mechanically propelled vehicles require test certificate ??? from ???
    12 months

    Date of first registration
  119. Goods Vehicles
    Trailers require a test certificate ??? from ???
    12 months

    From first retail sale

    *Trailers also issued with "test date reminder disc" - display on trailer so seen from nearside
  120. Goods Vehicles
    Manufacturers Plate (Metal Plate) - types of vehicle requiring:(3)
    All rigid good vehicles

    All trailers exceeding 1020kg unladen weight

    All goods pulling vehicles
  121. Goods Vehicles
    Ministry Plate (Paper encased in Protective sheet) - types of vehicle requiring:(5)
    Tractive units of artic

    Rigid goods vehicles over 3.5 tonnes

    Some trailers

    Draw bar trailers over 1020kg unladen weight

    Convertor dollies manu on or after 01/01/79
  122. Goods Vehicles
    Details to look for on a plate (14)
    Serial Number of plating cert

    Dept of Transport ref number

    Reg number or trailer ID

    Year of manufacture

    Function

    Cassis or serial number

    Unladen weight

    Make and model of vehicle

    Weight not to be exceeded in UK

    Design weight

    Gross weight

    Train weight

    Date of issue
  123. Goods Vehicles
    Section 68 Road Traffic Act 1988
    Constable in uniform req driver of goods vehicle on a road to take vehicle to place of inspection within 5 miles
  124. Goods Vehicles
    Section 78 Road Traffic Act 1988
    Allows a constable who has a special authorisation from their Chief Constable to require a person in charge of a goods vehicle to proceed to a place where it can be weighed.
  125. Goods Vehicles
    Tachographs fitted to ?
    Most goods vehicles over 3.5 tonnes
  126. Goods Vehicles
    Operators licence - required to:(2)
    Carry goods or burden connected with any trade or business if they use a motor vehicle on the road with:

    Gross plated weight of more than 3.5 tonnes

    Has no gross plated weight, an unladen weight of more than 1525kg

    * regardless of time used to carry goods
  127. Goods Vehicles
    3 types of operators licence
    Restricted (ORANGE - carry own goods only in GB only)

    Standard National (BLUE - own or others goods for hire/reward in GB only)

    Standard International (GREEN - own or others goods for hire/reward Internationally)
  128. Goods Vehicles
    Section 19 Road Traffic Act 1988
    Parking heavy commercial vehicle wholly or partly on:

    Verge

    Land between carriageways

    Footway

    Is guilty of affence
  129. Goods Vehicles
    Heavy Commercial Vehicle definition
    Any goods vehicle with operating weight exceeding 7.5 tonnes
  130. Section 87 Road Traffic Act 1988
    offence for a person to

    drive on a road a motor vehicle of any class if he is not the holder of a licence authorising him to drive a motor vehicle of that class.

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