You must produce photographic ID and failure to do so will result in exclusion from the hearing.
Anyone who is believed to present a security risk to the force may not be allowed attend.
The venue chosen has been selected for a number of reasons which included parking and disabled access. However, it can't be guaranteed that the needs of all individuals can be met on all occasions.
Refreshments are not available. Those who choose to bring their own are reminded that food and drink can't be consumed in the hearing room.
The venue is not suitable for pets of any kind with the exception of guide dogs.
Persons under the age of 18 years will not be permitted to attend. The venue and occasion are not deemed suitable for young persons and the nature of circumstances sometimes discussed at hearings could cause distress.
Serving officers and police staff
Officers and police staff will only be permitted to attend if they are not an interested party. Additionally any attendance must be in their own time and at their own expense. Staff members are encouraged not to attend in order to maximise space available for the general public.
Members of the public should be aware that the person chairing the hearing may have decided in advance that parts of it should be not heard in public or, during the hearing, ask members of the public to withdraw whilst a certain issues is addressed.
All mobile phones must be switched off or set to silent in the hearing room. No audio or visual recording is permitted at any time.
Removal from the facility
Any behaviour that does, or is likely to interfere with the proper conduct of proceedings may result in you being required to leave