- A person authorised by a local authority may issue a fixed penalty notice to anyone that the authorised person reasonably believes has committed an offence under these Regulations, and is aged 18 or over.
A fixed penalty notice is a notice offering the person to whom it is issued the opportunity of discharging any liability to conviction for the offence by payment of a fixed penalty to an authority specified in the notice.
The authority specified in the notice must be the local authority (or as the case may be, any of the local authorities) in whose area the offence is alleged to have been committed ("the relevant local authority"), or an officer designated by the Secretary of State, or by the relevant local authority, for the purposes of this regulation. The amount of the fixed penalty is as specified in Regulations
- 04 Nov 2021
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