prohibited articles

References in periodicals archive ?
Others held by Titan included Wendy Abrahams, 35, of Roughwood Drive, Kirkby, who was charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine, heroin and amphetamine and conspiracy to convey prohibited articles into prison.
Paul Mount, of HMP Full Sutton in Yorkshire, was charged with three counts of conspiracy to convey prohibited articles into prison (cannabis, steroids and a mobile phone).
Replacing the mirror on a stick approach, VehicleScan will improve detection rates of prohibited articles and explosives, allowing vehicles to access airside more effectively and efficiently.
For the first time, travellers would be asked to specifically declare any prohibited articles, gold jewellery (over and above the free allowance), gold bullion and Indian currency exceeding Rs10,000 in the new form, the notification says.
For the first time, travellers would be asked to specifically declare any prohibited articles, gold jewellery ( over free allowance), gold bullion and Indian currency exceeding ` 10,000 in the new form, the officials added.
The 33-year-old, of Heol Las Close, Birchgrove, Swansea, pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiring with others to take prohibited articles into the jail between last January and June.
McIvor, of Bishopton Road, Stockton, admitted two burglaries - her first - and theft, taking prohibited articles into prison and perverting the course of justice.
The objective is the detection of prohibited articles on aviation security and to prevent the introduction into not freely accessible to the public in the fight against acts of unlawful interference.
At a hearing at Isleworth Crown Court in November both defendants admitted charges of possessing false identity documents, while Abdelkrim Khetib admitted an additional charge of possessing prohibited articles or material.
The report indicates that 131 of all 369 reported critical incidents which represented a direct threat to safety stemmed from passengers carrying prohibited articles, including knives, guns and ammunition.
He said this could lead to people with prohibited articles trying to beat the searches.
The woman, from Wildwood in Stafford, has been charged with supplying heroin and cannabis, conspiracy to supply drugs and taking prohibited articles into a prison.