What to tell us when you apply guide

List of penalty notices for disorder

Upper tier penalty notices for disorder 

List of penalty notices for disorder in the upper tier that you need to tell us about:

  • destroying or damaging property (under £300)
  • breach of fireworks curfew (11pm-7am) 
  • breach of the peace
  • buys or attempts to buy alcohol for consumption on relevant premises by a person under 18
  • buys or attempts to buy alcohol on behalf of a person under 18
  • delivery of alcohol to a person under 18 or allowing such delivery
  • drunk & disorderly in a public place
  • fire or throw firework(s)
  • knowingly gives a false alarm to a person acting on behalf of a fire and rescue authority
  • possess a controlled drug of Class B - cannabis/cannabis resin (may only be given on one occasion)
  • possession of a category 4 firework
  • retail theft (under £100 and may only be given on one occasion)
  • sale of alcohol anywhere to a person under 18
  • sells or attempts to sell alcohol to a person who is drunk
  • send false message/persistently use a public electronic communications network in order to cause annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety
  • supply of alcohol by or on behalf of a club to a person aged under 18
  • urinating in the street or a public place
  • wasting police time, giving false report
  • words/behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

Lower tier penalty notices for disorder 

List of penalty notices for disorder in the lower tier that you don’t need to tell us about:

  • allowing consumption of alcohol by a person under 18 on relevant premises
  • consume alcohol in a designated public place, contrary to a requirement by a constable not to do so
  • depositing or leaving litter
  • drunk in a highway, other public place or licensed premises
  • drop, leave litter, refuse except in a receptacle provided for the purpose in a Royal Park or other open space
  • possess a controlled drug of class C – khat
  • trespassing on a railway
  • throwing stones, matter or things at a train or railway
  • unless the person is registered blind, failing to immediately remove animal faeces from a Royal Park or other open space
  • use pedal cycle, skates, blade, board, foot propelled device in a Royal Park or other open spaces.