CCTV will be installed, maintained and used to police
requirements and with reference to the Home Office guidance
UK Police Requirements for Digital CCTV Systems and the
CCTV Guidance issued by the Information Commissioner's Office.
It will record at all times the premises are open for licensable
activities and for 30 minutes after the last customer has
vacated the premises.
Recordings will be retained for 31 days (or for a shorter
period if agreed by the police in writing) and will be made
available on request to a police officer or an authorised
officer of the Licensing Authority.
If the CCTV is for any reason inoperative or faulty steps
will be taken within 24 hrs to repair or replace the equipment.
SIA registered door staff will be employed on those days
when it is intend they will be, or when the premises are,
open for licensable activities after midnight.
They will also be employed at other times when the DPS or
person in management control of the premises at the time,
following a risk assessment or advice from the police, considers
it to be necessary.
A minimum of 2 door staff will be employed and thereafter
at a minimum ratio of 1 per 75 customers.
Any person in who is at the same time in management control
of the premises will not be included as a member of the
door staff for the purposes of the numbers required.
The door staff will be in place from no later than 21.00hrs
onwards and until the premises are closed and customers
have dispersed and at any time that customers are queuing
to gain entry.
A record will be kept of door staff employed, their name,
SIA registration badge number and the hours of duty.
A record will be kept of all incidents on the premises requiring
intervention or action by the door staff.
They will wear clothing which readily identifies them as
door staff / security, which is clearly visible on CCTV
and has some means of clearly and securely displaying their
SIA registration badge.
glasses used on the premises will be made of toughened glass,
plastic or a similar material.
No bottles, unless made of plastic or a similar material,
will be permitted in the outside areas.
No customers will be permitted to leave the premises with
open containers of alcohol except to use an area within
the curtilage of the premises or an authorised pavement
policy acceptable to the police and Licensing Authority
will be put in place to manage customers using any outside
Drugs, crime and searches:
drugs and crime reduction policy acceptable to the police
and Licensing Authority will be put in place.
This will include the search of customers by consent for
drugs or weapons as a condition of their entry and as a
condition to remain on the premises. Searches will take
place on a random basis or when it is suspected that the
customer may be in possession of drugs or weapons.
A record will be made of the number of searches undertaken
and items seized.
Notices will be displayed to clearly inform customers of
Full cooperation will be given to any drugs and crime initiatives
which may be, from time to time, undertaken by the police
or Local Authority.
who appear to be under 21 years of age will be required
to produce photographic identification. Identification will
be required at the point of entry to the premise when door
staff are employed and at the bar servery when making a
purchase of alcohol.
Forms of identification permitted will be a photo driving
licence, a current passport or a nationally accepted form
of identification with PASS accreditation.
A record will be kept of refusals.
new entry will be permitted to the premises after midnight.
Persons permitted to leave the premises after midnight to
smoke or for other reasonable purposes will remain within
a cordoned off area of the curtilage of the premises and
at all times will be under the observation of a member of
Pubwatch or similar scheme:
premises will be participating members of Pubwatch or similar
scheme where it exists to include the use of the radio system
where one is used.
staff will be given adequate training to ensure that they
fully understand their responsibilities under the Licensing
Act 2003 while employed on the premises. Regular briefings
will be held to ensure staff awareness is maintained. A
record will be kept of the date, time and persons present
at these briefings.
records maintained under these conditions will be retained
for a minimum of12 months and they will be made available
on request to a police officer or an authorised officer
of the Licensing Authority.