If we can't ban them then it has to be an arrestable offence
Brian Gilhooley: "The point is they are known thieves, they cannot give a reason for travelling and have no proof of intending to purchase ie; they are equipped for crime, as known thieves this is an arrestable offence
Make it an arrestable offence
to wear a face mask in public with the intention of concealing identity and breaking the law.
The warrant related to the investigation of a serious arrestable offence
The 22-year-old is charged with, on January 18, whereas another person having committed an arrestable offence
, namely the murder of Mr McMahon, that Flanagan knowing or believing that the said person to be guilty of that offence, acted with intent to impede the apprehension or the prosecution.
When told that the call was being recorded and that he was committing an arrestable offence
, Lovelock said that he did not "care a f***".
It is an arrestable offence
to enter the field of play and one which could see the offender hit with a heavy fine and even a stadium ban.
Under Housing Hartlepool tenancy agreements, properties must not be used for illegal, criminal, immoral or improper purposes and tenants must not be convicted of an arrestable offence
Failure to obey the injunction is an arrestable offence
and could lead to imprisonment.
It is not illegal to drink alcohol and hotels have licences in most of the Emirates, but it is an arrestable offence
to be drunk in a public place.
Former Home Secretary David Blunkett announced that cannabis would be downgraded from class B to class C, meaning that possession was no longer an arrestable offence
and the change took place in January 2004.
It should be made an arrestable offence
not to carry such documents as a driving licence, gun licence, fishing licence even and many others which at present are simply left at home.