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Criminal Offences : ABH Assault occasioning actual bodily harm
Abstracting electricity
Abuse of position of trust - sexual activity
Abuse of position of trust: causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity
Acquisition, use or possession of criminal property
Acting as a gangmaster, being in possession of false documents etc
Acting in contravention of a disqualification order
Acting Recklessly Or Negligently In A Manner Likely To Endanger An Aircraft.
Administering a substance with intent to engage in sexual activity
Administering poison or noxious thing thereby endangering life or inflicting grievous bodily harm
Administering poison or noxious thing with intent to injure, aggrieve or annoy
Aggravated burglary
Aggravated vehicle taking
Aggravated vehicle taking (causing death)
Aggravated/disruptive trespass
Aggressive commercial practices (harassment, threats, physical force, coercion, or undue influence)
Aid, abet, counsel or procure an indictable offence
Aiding and abetting - Rape
Aiding and abetting manslaughter
Aiding and abetting sexual assault
Aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring suicide
Allowing oneself to be carried in a vehicle taken without consent
Allowing your dog to be dangerously out of control in a public place
Armed robbery
Arranging or facilitating child prostitution or pornography
Arson
Arson - reckless as to whether life was endangered
Arson with intent to endanger life
Assault by penetration
Assault of a child under 13 by penetration
Assault with intent to commit a sexual offence
Assault with intent to resist arrest
Assault with intent to rob
Assaulting a police officer
Assisting an offender
Assisting in the management of a brothel
Assisting in Trafficking for sexual exploitation
Assisting patients to absent themselves without leave
Assisting unlawful immigration
Attempt to pervert the course of Public Justice
Attempted abduction
Attempted armed robbery
Attempted Arson - being reckless as to whether life was endangered
Attempted arson / Attempting to damage by fire
Attempted arson with intent to endanger life
Attempted blackmail
Attempted burglary of a building other than a dwelling
Attempted burglary of a dwelling
Attempted Child Abduction
Attempted distribution of indecent images of children
Attempted False Imprisonment
Attempted indecent assault
Attempted Kidnap
Attempted Murder
Attempted Rape
Attempted rape of a child under 13
Attempted rape of a child under 16
Attempted rape of a male aged under 16
Attempted Robbery
Attempted sexual assault
Attempted Theft
Attempted voyeurism
Attempted wounding/gbh with intent
Attempting to administer poison or noxious thing with intent to injure, aggrieve or annoy.
Attempting to arrange / Arranging or facilitating the commission of a child sex offence.
Attempting to assist illegal immigration into the UK
Attempting to choke, suffocate, or strangle in order to commit any indictable offence.
Attempting to escape from lawful custody
Attempting to incite a child to engage in sexual activity
Attempting to incite another to pervert the course of justice
Attempting to meet a child following sexual grooming
Attempting to obtain a money transfer by deception
Attempting to obtain property by deception
Attempting to possess property intending it should be used for the purpose of terrorism
Attempting to procure a female for immoral purpose, or using drugs to obtain or facilitate sexual intercourse
Attempting to supply drugs
Attempting/Aministering drugs, poison or other noxious thing to procure an abortion
Aviation: Alcohol and Drugs
Being concerned in a supply of drugs
Being knowingly concerned in activity prohibited by Part 2, 3 or 4 of this Order with intent to evade the relevant prohibition
Being knowingly concerned in any fraudulent activity undertaken with a view to obtaining payments of a tax credit
Being knowingly concerned in moving, concealing etc. importation or exportation of goods which is prohibited or restricted
Being knowingly concerned in the exportation of controlled goods with intent to evade the prohibition or restriction thereon
Being knowingly concerned in the fraudulent evasion of the prohibition on the importation of controlled drugs
Being knowingly concerned in the fraudulent evasion of the prohibition on the importation of goods
Being present at an animal fight
Belonging to a proscribed organisation
Bigamy
Blackmail - making an unwarranted demand with menaces; for this purpose a demand with menaces is unwarranted to gain for himself or another
Breach of a conditional discharge
Breach of a Confiscation Order
Breach of a Crime Prevention Injunction (civil)
Breach of a curfew order
Breach of a non-molestation order
Breach of a restraining order
Breach of a Sexual Offences Order (SOPO) or interim SOPO
Breach of a Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measure (TPIM)
Breach of Anti-Social Behaviour Order / Criminal Behaviour Order
Breach of community orders
Breach of duties of the principal contractor
Breach of duty to employees of manual handling operations at work
Breach of Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998
Breach of general duties of CDM co-ordinators
Breach of licence conditions
Breach of Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. Regulation 3
Breach of provision of work Equipment Regulations 1998. Regulation 12 (3) (e).
Breach of Provision of Work Equipment Regulations 1998. Regulation 4.
Breach of requirements as to keeping of company accounting records
Breach of suspended sentence
Breach of the conditions of an injunction against harassment
Breaching a bail condition
Breaching food hygiene regulations
Breaching Work at Height Regulations
Breaking and entering
Breeding, selling or allowing a dangerous dog to be in a public place without being muzzled and kept on a lead.
Bribery and attempted bribery (Common Law)
Bribery and corruption by foreign officers or committed outside the UK
Bringing a non-EU citizen into Britain
Buggery / Attempted Buggery (by a male of a male)
Buggery/ Attempted Buggary (by a male with a female)
Burglary in a building other than a dwelling
Burglary in a dwelling
Burglary with violence or the threat of violence
Burglary, with the intent to commit, or the commission of an offence
Careless driving
Carrying firearm or imitation firearm in public place
Carrying on a regulated activity whilst not authorised or exempt
Carrying on any investment or deposit taking business, or to solicit investments or deposits, etc, without authority
Causing a child to look at images of people engaged in sexual activity
Causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent
Causing a public nuisance
Causing an affray
Causing an animal fight to take place
Causing an explosion likely to endanger life or property
Causing bodily harm by wanton or furious cycling
Causing bodily injury by means of an explosive substance
Causing danger to road-users
Causing death by careless driving
Causing death by careless driving when under the influence of drink or drugs
Causing death by careless driving while over the alcohol limit
Causing death by careless driving while under the influence of drugs
Causing death by dangerous driving
Causing death by driving when uninsured, disqualified or without a licence
Causing distress and alarm with intent.
Causing fear or provocation of violence
Causing gunpowder to explode, or sending to any person an explosive substance, or throwing corrosive fluid on a person, with intent to do grievous bodily harm
Causing or allowing the death of a child
Causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity
Causing or inciting child prostitution or pornography
Causing pollution of controlled waters, either deliberately or accidentally
Causing serious injury by dangerous driving
Causing to be taken or administering a drug with intent to enable the commission of an indictable offence
Causing unnecessary suffering to an animal
Cheating at gambling or assisting another person to cheat
Cheating the Public Revenue
Child Abduction - Taking or detaining a child under sixteen, removing from lawful control, keeping out of the lawful control, of any person entitled to it
Child Cruelty to or wilfull assault, ill-treatment, neglect of children
Child Destruction
Co-operation and co-ordination - Section 11 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
Commercial practices which are contrary to the requirements of professional diligence
Common Assault / Assault by beating
Common law Battery
Communicating an invitation or inducement to engage in investment activity while unregulated
Communicating false information with intent / Bomb hoaxes
Company, and every officer in default, contravening general rule against acquisition of its own shares
Company, and every officer in default, contravening prohibitions in s678 or s679 as to financial assistance
Concealing and/or transferring criminal property
Concealing, disguising, converting, transferring or removing the proceeds of criminal conduct
Concealment of property - Failing to deliver up a property to a trustee in a bankruptcy
Conspiracy to assist illegal immigration
Conspiracy to attend or Attendance at a place used for terrorist training.
Conspiracy to blackmail
Conspiracy to carry on a regulated activity whilst not authorised or exempt.
Conspiracy to cause actual bodily harm
Conspiracy to cheat the Inland Revenue
Conspiracy to cheat the public revenue
Conspiracy to commit a false identity document offence
Conspiracy to commit a sexual offence
Conspiracy to commit aggravated burglary
Conspiracy to commit armed robbery
Conspiracy to commit arson
Conspiracy to commit burglary
Conspiracy to commit criminal damage
Conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation
Conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm / conspiracy to wound with intent to cause GBH
Conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office
Conspiracy to commit public nuisance
Conspiracy to commit robbery
Conspiracy to commit violent disorder
Conspiracy to communicate an invitation or inducement to engage in investment activity while unregulated
Conspiracy to conceal, disguise, convert or transfer criminal property
Conspiracy to conceal, disguise, convert, transfer or remove the proceeds of criminal conduct
Conspiracy to control prostitutes
Conspiracy to convert imitation firearms.
Conspiracy to defraud
Conspiracy to defraud the returning officer
Conspiracy to dishonestly handle
Conspiracy to evade the prohibition on the export of goods
Conspiracy to evade the prohibition on the movement of controlled goods between third countries
Conspiracy to evade the prohibition on the unauthorised use of a trade mark in relation to goods
Conspiracy to evade the prohibition on wholesale dealing
Conspiracy to facilitate breaches of immigration laws
Conspiracy to facilitate the illegal immigration of non-EU citizens into the UK
Conspiracy to falsely account
Conspiracy to handle stolen goods
Conspiracy to import drugs
Conspiracy to imprison
Conspiracy to keep and manage brothels
Conspiracy to kidnap
Conspiracy to launder money
Conspiracy to manufacture firearms
Conspiracy to manufacture/supply counterfeit identity documents
Conspiracy to murder
Conspiracy to murder persons unknown
Conspiracy to obtain a money transfer by deception
Conspiracy to obtain property by deception
Conspiracy to pervert the course of justice
Conspiracy to place a medicinal product on the market, contrary to Schedule 3(1) of the Medicines for Human Use Regulations 1994
Conspiracy to possess firearms or ammunition with intent to endanger life or to enable another person to endanger life
Conspiracy to possess offensive weapons
Conspiracy to possess, acquire, distribute, sell or transfer firearms
Conspiracy to produce a controlled substance
Conspiracy to provide false information as to the identity of a driver involved in a crash
Conspiracy to publish obscene articles
Conspiracy to sell or transfer ammunition.
Conspiracy to sell or transfer firearms
Conspiracy to steal
Conspiracy to supply a video recording of unclassified work
Conspiracy to supply articles for use in fraud
Conspiracy to supply drugs
Conspiracy to wound with intent
Conspiring or soliciting, etc. to commit murder
Conspiring to control prostitution
Conspiring to/Trafficking into the UK for sexual exploitation
Contamination of or interference with goods with intention of causing public alarm or anxiety
Contempt of court
Controlling a child prostitute or a child involved in pornography
Controlling a prostitute for financial gain
Conversion of firearms/weapons
Converting criminal property
Conveyance of (Sections 40A) articles prohibited under Sections 40B (list A articles) 40C (list B or C articles)
Corporate manslaughter
Corrupt transactions with agents
Corruption in a public office
Corruption in public office
Counterfeiting/Conspiracy to counterfeit
Course of conduct causing another to fear or putting people in fear of violence / harassment
Criminal Damage
Criminal damage being reckless as to whether life would be endangered
Criminal damage endangering life (excluding arson)
Criminal damage to a building other than a dwelling
Criminal damage to a dwelling
Criminal damage to a vehicle
Criminal damage with intent to endanger life
Cultivating a plant of the genus cannabis
Dangerous driving
Dangerous driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
Dealing with or making infringing articles
Dealing, being concerned in the supply, or intending to supply any controlled substance
Dealing, selling, offering or exposing for sale, or having possession or transporting for the purpose of sale, live or dead wild birds, eggs etc.
Delivering to another person any thing which he or she knows or believes to be a counterfeit of a currency note or protected coin
Destroying, Damaging Or Endangering The Safety Of Aircraft
Developing or producing a chemical weapon
Director, manager, secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate also guilty of that offence
Discharges into and from public sewers etc.
Dishonest agreement to engage in certain types of cartel activity, namely price-fixing, limiting supply or production, market-sharing and bid-rigging
Dishonest Procuring By Deception of the Execution of a Valuable Security
Dishonest representation for gain
Dishonestly making a false representation to obtain benefits
Dishonestly making off without paying for goods or services
Dishonestly obtaining an electronic communications service
Dishonestly obtaining property by deception
Dishonestly producing a false document in order to obtain benefits.
Dishonestly retaining a wrongful credit
Dissemination of a terrorist publication
Distraction Burglary - Bogus Callers
Distributing indecent images of children
Distributing/showing/playing a recording of visual images or sounds that are threatening/abusive/ insulting with intent/likely to stir up racial hatred
Doing anything in connection with eggs, sperm and embryos, which under section 3(1) or (1A), 4(1) or 4A(2), cannot be done without a licence
Downloading indecent images of children
Driving a motor vehicle unfit for the road
Driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence
Driving whilst disqualified
Driving without a full licence
Driving without due care and attention
Driving without insurance
Driving without insurance and/or an MOT
Driving without reasonable consideration
Driving/Attempting To Drive Whilst Exceeding The Prescribed Limit (Drink Driving)
Driving/Being in charge of a motor vehicle on a road or public place whilst unfit through drink or drugs (Drunk in charge)
Drug trafficking Importation, exportation, production, supply and possession
Drunk / Disorderly Behaviour
Duty of care etc. as respects waste.
Duty of every employer to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare at work of all his employees.
Employees to co-operate with his employer to enable them to perform or comply with any requirement or duty
Employees to take reasonable care for the health and safety of himself and others who may be affected by his acts or omissions at work
Employers to ensure examination/testing engineering controls are carried out, for local exhaust ventilation plant, at least once every 14 months
Encouragement of terrorism, directly or indirectly, inciting or encouraging others to commit acts of terrorism
Encouraging another to abuse a child
Encouraging or assisting offences believing one or more will be committed
Endagering Safety At Aerodromes
Endangering the Safety of Rail Users -(Section 17 Railway Regulation Act 1842)
Endeavouring to conceal a birth/Concealing the birth of a child
Engaging in a business under another name other than that in which he was adjudged bankrupt without disclosure
Engaging in conduct in preparation for acts of terrorism
Engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child
Entering a house with intent to cause criminal damage
Entering An Aircraft When Drunk, Or Being Drunk In An Aircraft.
Entering into or becoming concerned in an arrangement to launder money
Entering the UK by deception
Entering the UK without a passport or other valid documentation.
Environmental Permit Offences
Escaping or absconding from lawful custody
Evading the payment of excise duty on relevant goods and conspiracy to commit the offence
Evasion of liability by deception
Every employer shall ensure that work equipment is so constructed or adapted as to be suitable for the purpose for which it is used or provided
Every workplace shall be organised in such a way that pedestrians and vehicles can circulate in a safe manner.
Failing to comply with food safety requirements
Failing to discharge duties of persons concerned with premises to persons other than their employees
Failing to meet the welfare needs of an animal
Failing to notify a change of circumstances
Failing to prevent unnecessary suffering
Failing to provide a roadside breath test
Failing to provide a specimen for analysis
Failing to provide information about acts of terrorism
Failing to stop
Failing to surrender to custody
Failure of commercial organisations to prevent bribery
Failure of duty to keep adequate accounting records
Failure to answer bail
Failure to comply with a (section 49) notice
Failure to comply with any requirement or prohibition imposed by fire safety duties
Failure to comply with licence conditions
Failure to comply with Money Laundering Regulations
Failure to comply with or contravention of a requirement or prohibition imposed by Part I Environmental Protection Act 1990
Failure to comply with the requirements of an order / Breach of a probation order
Failure to comply with the requirements of the sex offenders register
Failure to discharge a duty under Section 3 of The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
Failure to disclose or making a disclosure likely to prejudice a money laundering investigation
Failure to keep adequate accounting records
Failure to notify police of a change in sex offender status
Failure to provide information as to identity of driver etc
Failure to report an accident
Failure to secure regular attendance at school of registered pupil
Failure to stop after an accident
Failure to take all measures necessary to prevent major accidents and limit their consequences to persons and the environment
False accounting
False claims to be authorised or exempt
False imprisonment - intentional or reckless restraint of persons freedom of movement from a particular place without lawful excuse
False imprisonment with intent to commit a sexual offence
Falsely describing or presenting food
Familial Homicide / Causing or allowing the death of a child or vulnerable adult
Finding of unfitness to plead
Forgery - making a false instrument, with the intention to induce somebody to accept it as genuine
Forgery, false documents, statements, etc.
Fraud
Fraud by abuse of a position of trust.
Fraud by Failing to Disclose Information
Fraud by false representation
Fraudulent trading
Fraudulently obtaining VAT repayments / Fraudulent evasion of VAT
Fund-raising for the purposes of terrorism / Funding arrangements
Going equipped (criminal damage, burglary, theft)
Grievous bodily harm with intent to steal.
Gross indecency
Handling stolen goods
Harassment - A course of conduct causing harassment, alarm or distress
Hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation
Having custody or control of counterfeit notes and coins
Having custody or control of counterfeiting materials
Having possession of a controlled substance
Having possession of a controlled substance with intent to supply
Having possession of a controlled substance with intent to supply it to an inmate
Hijacking
Hijacking of cars / carjacking
Holding another person in slavery or servitude or requiring them to perform forced or compulsory labour
Ill-treatment or neglect of a person without capacity
Ill-treatment or wilful neglect of patients in his/her custody or care
Impersonating a police officer
Importing firearms and conspiracy to import firearms
Improper use of public electronic communications network
Incest
Incitement to commit an act of terrorism wholly or partly outside the United Kingdom
Incitement to commit rape
Incitement to religious hatred - an act intending to stir up religious hatred
Inciting a child to commit an act of gross indecency
Inciting girl under 16 to have incestuous sexual intercourse
Inciting sexual activity with a child
Inciting the ill treatment of children
Indecency with a child
Indecency with a male
Indecent assault
Indecent assault of a female under 13 years
Indecent assault on a female *@-
Indecent assault on a male
Indecent exposure
Indecent photographs or pseudo-photographs of children - Making, possessing, publishing, distributing
Infanticide
Inflicting grievous bodily harm GBH
Inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent to commit a sexual offence
Insider dealing
Intentional or reckless killing, injuring, taking, damaging or destroying of the nest or eggs/Possession of any live or dead wild bird or an egg
Intentionally encouraging or assisting an offence
Intercourse with an animal
Interference with motor vehicle
Interfering with the mail - general - intentionally delaying or opening a postal packet in the course of its transmission by post
Interfering with the mail - postal operators - intentionally delaying or opening a postal packet in the course of its transmission by post
Intimidating a juror or witness or person assisting, or who has assisted, the investigation of an offence
Inviting support for a proscribed organisation. (s.12, Terrorism Act 2000)
Keeping a brothel for prostitution
Keeping a pet shop without a licence.
Keeping any premises for use for an animal fight.
Keeping items of endangered species for sale contrary to Control of Trade in Endangered Species (Enforcement) Regulations 1997
Keeping or training an animal for use for in connection with an animal fight
Kidnap - taking a person, by force or fraud, without their consent and without lawful excuse
Kidnap with intent to commit a sexual offence
Knowingly contravening a trade prohibition
Knowingly publicising a proposed animal fight.
Knowingly publishing a video recording of an animal fight
Knowingly showing a video recording of an animal fight to another
Knowingly supplying a video recording of an animal fight
Labelling and marking of containers and packages
Making a false declaration
Making a false statement
Making a representation known to be false or produces or furnishes any false document or information to obtain benefits
Making a statement known to be materially false or misleading or recklessly making a statement which is materially false or misleading
Making and possessing indecent images of children
Making counterfeit coin or note
Making funds available to Iraq except under the authority of a licence granted by the Treasury
Making or accepting a bet on an animal fight or on the likelihood of anything occurring or not occurring in the course of an animal fight;
making or causing any record or entry known to be false or, with intent to deceive, alters or causes to be altered any such record
Making or custody or control of counterfeiting materials and implements
Making or Possessing an explosive substance under suspicious circumstances
Making or Possessing explosive substances with intent or Causing an explosion with intent
Making or possessing explosives for unlawful purposes
Making or supplying articles for use in frauds
Making threats to kill
Making, supplying or obtaining articles for use in offence under section 1 or 3 Computer Misuse Act
Maliciously administering poison with intent to injure, aggrieve, or annoy
Managing a company directly or indirectly or taking part in the promotion, formation or management of, a company while bankrupt
Manslaughter
Manslaughter due to diminished responsibility
Manslaughter on grounds of Provocation / Loss of Control
Manslaughter through gross negligence
Manufacturing a scheduled substance
Meeting a child following sexual grooming or travelling with the intention of meeting a child following sexual grooming
Misconduct / Misfeasance In Public Office
Misleading actions - unfair commercial practices
Misleading advertising/marketing
Misleading omissions - unfair commercial practices
Misleading statements and practices / Market Rigging
Money Laundering
Money lending without a Consumer Credit Licence
Murder
Non-compliance with a Stop Notice (ECSO SCHEDULE 5 Offences)
Obstructing a coroner / Intending to prevent a coroner from holding an inquest / Preventing the Burial of a Body
Obstructing a police officer in the course of his duty
Obstructing engines or carriages on railways
Obstruction of officers
Obtain or disclose or procure the disclosure of personal data or information contained in personal data
Obtaining a money transfer by deception
Obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception
Obtaining leave to remain in the UK by deception
Obtaining money by deception
Obtaining money, property or services from a person, entity, or institution through coercion or intimidation or threats of physical or reputational harm
Obtaining services dishonestly
Offence of copying a false instrument
Offence of squatting in a residential building
Offence of supply of intoxicating substance
Offence of trespassing on designated site
Offence to carry on a reserved legal activity if not entitled
Offence to pretend to be entitled
Offences against the safety regulations
Offences in connection with restrictions on reporting
Offences in relation to (Air Navigation) documents and records
Offences In Relation To Certain Dangerous Articles
Offences of bribing another person
Offences outside the United Kingdom
Offences relating to being bribed
Offences relating to solemnization of marriages
Offering to supply human material for transplantation
Other offences relating to prison security prohibited under Section 40D
Outraging public decency
Overstaying leave to remain
Participating in fraudulent business carried on by sole trader etc
Passing a counterfeit coin or note as genuine
Paying for sexual services of a child
Penalty on persons committing nuisances by riding on footpaths
Performing Acts Endangering Or Likely To Endanger The Safety Of Aircraft
Perjury
Permitting premises to be used for unlawful purposes
Personation - voting as someone else either by post or in person at a polling station as an elector or as a proxy
Perverting the course of justice - Committing an act intending to pervert the course of justice
Phoenix companies - re-use of a liquidated company's name by a successor company
Pick pocketing / offences from the person
Pitch incursion / Going onto the playing area
Placing an article with intent
Placing wood, etc, on a railway, taking up rails, hiding signals with intent to obstruct overthrow, upset, injure or destroy any engine, carriage or truck.
Possessing a dangerous dog
Possessing a false document with intent to obtain a pecuniary advantage
Possessing a false identity document
Possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life or injure property
Possessing a video recording of an animal fight, knowing it to be such a recording, with the intention of supplying it
Possessing ammunition with intent to endanger life or injure property
Possessing an air weapon or imitation firearm in public without legal authority or reasonable excuse
Possessing an article with intent to commit criminal damage / Destroy or Damage Property
Possessing an article/s for a purpose connected with terrorism
Possessing anything designed or adapted for use in connection with an animal fight with the intention of its being so used.
Possessing firearm or imitation firearm with intent to commit an indictable offence, or resist arrest
Possessing obscene articles, obscene publications and protected sexual material
Possessing or distributing prohibited weapon or ammunition
Possessing racially inflammatory material/ for display/publication/distribution with intent/likely to stir up racial hatred
Possessing/Collecting a record of information likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism
Possession of a false driving licence
Possession of a firearm or imitation firearm, with intent to cause fear of unlawful violence
Possession of a firearm while prohibited
Possession of a knife in a public place without lawful authority or reasonable excuse (sentencing - Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006)
Possession of a prohibited weapon / firearm
Possession of ammunition
Possession of an air rifle without holding a firearm certificate
Possession of an article for use in fraud
Possession of an article with a blade or a sharp point in a public place
Possession of an imitation firearm in a public place
Possession of apparatus/articles for making false identity documents with intent
Possession of extreme pornographic images
Possession of false identity documents
Possession of false identity documents with improper intention
Possession of firearms or ammunition without firearm certificate.
Possession of Fireworks etc during a designated sporting event
Possession of indecent photograph or pseudo-photograph of a child
Possession of offensive weapon without lawful authority or reasonable excuse
Possession of prohibited images of children pornographic or grossly offensive, disgusting or of an obscene character
Possession of property which could be used for the purposes of terrorism
Possession of video recording of unclassified work for the purposes of supply
Possession with intent to distribute indecent images
Prison mutiny - engaging in conduct intended to further a common purpose of overthrowing lawful authority in a prison
Procuring female for immoral purpose, or using drugs to obtain or facilitate sexual intercourse
Production or being concerned in production of a controlled substance
Prohibition of carriage of dangerous goods
Providing false information as to the identity of a driver involved in a crash
Providing immigration advice or services in the UK without being registered with the OISC or exempt.
Providing information to another with the intention of enabling or encouraging attendance at the fight
Publishing material likely to lead members of the public to identify victims of certain offences
Publishing/distributing written material which is threatening/abusive/insulting with intent/likely to stir up racial hatred
Racially aggravated actual bodily harm (assaults occasioning ABH)
Racially Aggravated Murder
Racially or religiously aggravated assault
Racially or religiously aggravated common assault
Racially or religiously aggravated criminal damage to a dwelling
Racially or religiously aggravated criminal damage to a vehicle
Racially or religiously aggravated harassment or putting people in fear of violence
Racially or religiously aggravated intentional harassment, harassment, alarm or distress or fear or provocation of violence
Racially or religiously aggravated wounding or inflicting grievous bodily harm
Rape
Rape of a child under 13
Rape of a male aged *@
Receiving stolen goods
Refusing to obey an order.
Removing Criminal Property from from England and Wales
Rendering food injurious to health with the intention that it shall be sold for human consumption
Reproduce British currency note or make imitation British coins
Resisting arrest
Restrictions on employment
Retaining information beyond official need failing to protect secret information from accidental disclosure
Riot
Robbery
Selling any food which is not of the nature or substance or quality demanded by the purchaser
Sending obscene communications over a telecommunications network
Sexual activity in the presence of a child
Sexual Activity with a Child
Sexual activity with a child family member (Adult Defendant only)
Sexual activity with a person with a mental disorder by a care worker
Sexual activity with a person with a mental disorder impeding choice
Sexual Assault
Sexual assault of a child under the age of 13
Sexual interference with a corpse
Sexual Touching / Sexual activity with a child under 16
Shoplifting / offences from shops
Speeding
Spying/espionage - purposes prejudicial to the safety or interests of the State
Stalking Following person putting them in fear of violence
Supply of video recording containing false indication as to classification
Supply of video recording not complying with requirementsas to labels, etc
Supplying a scheduled substance to another person
Supplying or offering to supply a controlled substance
Take, make, possess, publish, distribute indecent photographs or pseudo-photographs of children
Taking motor vehicle or other conveyance without consent
Taking or making indecent photographs or pseudo-photographs of children
Taking part in an animal fight
Taking part with others in indecent or racialist chanting
Tax evasion - Fraudulent evasion of income tax - failing to operate Pay as You Earn (PAYE)
Theft - Dishonestly appropriating property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it
Theft from an employer
Theft of monies
Theft of motor vehicle
Theft or unauthorised taking of motor vehicle
Threat or conspiracy to murder
Threatening letters or other articles
Threatening to commit criminal damage
Threatening with article with blade or point or offensive weapon in public or on school premises
Trading in controlled goods with intent to evade controls / Supply or delivery of restricted goods
Trafficking in persons for the purposes of prostitution / Trafficking within the UK for sexual exploitation
Trafficking out of the UK for sexual exploitation
Trafficking people for labour exploitation
Transferring firearms. Unregistered selling, manufacture transfers, repairs of firearms
Treating - directly or indirectly,in order to influence corruptly
Trespass with intent to commit a sexual offence
Trespassing On Land Forming Part Of An Aerodrome.
Unauthorised access to computer material
Unauthorised access with intent to commit or facilitate commission of further offences
Unauthorised acts with intent to impair, or with recklessness as to impairing, operation of computer
Unauthorised Presence In A Restricted Zone
Unauthorised sales or supply of medicinal products
Unauthorised use of trade mark in relation to goods (S92)
Unauthorised use of trade marks or copyright in relation to goods
Undertaking or assisting in the retention, removal, disposal or realisation of stolen goods, or arranging to do so
Undue influence - directly or indirectly, threatens to or makes use of force, violence, restraint, damage or harm to induce or compel
Unfair commercial practices
Unlawful (malicious) wounding
Unlawful act/Obstructing a railway with intent to endanger the safety of any person
Unlawful deposit of controlled waste
Unlawful disclosure - Crime and special investigation powers
Unlawful disclosure - Defence
Unlawful disclosure - Information resulting from unauthorised disclosures or entrusted in confidence
Unlawful disclosure - International relations
Unlawful disclosure - Security and intelligence
Unlawful exportation of a controlled substance
Unlawful importation of a controlled substance
Unlawful sexual intercourse with a child under 13-years-old
Unlawful sexual intercourse with a child under 16-years-old
Unlawfully abandoning a child in a manner likely to cause unnecessary suffering
Unlawfully and maliciously wounding or causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) with intent
Unlicensed money lending
Use of firearm or imitation firearm at the time of committing or to resist arrest or prevent the lawful arrest of himself or another.
Using a false instrument or a copy of a false instrument
Using a hand-held mobile while driving
Using an explosive substance to cause an explosion of a nature likely to endanger life or to cause serious damage to property
Using threatening and abusive behaviour or disorderly behaviour causing harassment, alarm or distress
Using threatening, abusive or insulting words, behaviour, or written material intending/likely to stir up racial hatred
Vagrancy offences
Vandalism
Vehicles used for construction work shall be loaded and driven, operated or towed safely
Violent Disorder
Vote-Rigging - Election fraud
Voyeurism
Wasting police time
Wilful neglect of a person without capacity