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    Quote Originally Posted by skippy View Post
    Think he give you a walk over my self mat.
    Sittin in drivers seat with a spliff,lol,you done ok,forget about it.
    What you mean a walk over? I know what you mean that for the situation I was lucky really!

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    Means he let you off when he had you bang to rights.
    I saw the rain-dirty valley
    You saw Brigadoon

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    Private car park. The car becomes irrelevant at that point....
    “Do you have to believe in what you sing about?”

    (Anita Price)

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    Driving along out of town.
    ANPRC red flags him for no tax.
    Parks up builds a spliff,not relizing the towns local CCTV is watchin him.
    They direct local popo to car park.
    Your nicked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    Private car park. The car becomes irrelevant at that point....
    Hang on, I think what you might be getting at got changed in The Road Traffic Act 1988.

    The definition of a road in England and Wales is ‘any highway and any other road to which the public has access and includes bridges over which a road passes’.

    It is important to note that references to ‘road’ therefore generally include footpaths, bridleways and cycle tracks, and many roadways and driveways on private land (including many car parks). In most cases, the law will apply to them and there may be additional rules for particular paths or ways. Some serious driving offences, including drink-driving offences, also apply to all public places, for example public car parks.
    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/the-high...er-and-the-law

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    Agreed on public car parks as that is a place to which the public have access, however, a private car park is a different thing. The public's access is only by invitation & that access can be withdrawn at anytime. Effectively, it's the same as your driveway at home. therefore, no offence committed, bar the cannabis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    Agreed on public car parks as that is a place to which the public have access, however, a private car park is a different thing. The public's access is only by invitation & that access can be withdrawn at anytime. Effectively, it's the same as your driveway at home. therefore, no offence committed, bar the cannabis.
    From above: driveways on private land

    I think the legal definition is something to do with possible physical access rather than permission, so a locked gate would make it private.

    But I'm going on dim-and-distant memories and Chinese Whispers from my days as a boy racer as these laws came into play.

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    Yeah, know what you mean WW, myself I am dragging up knowledge from years ago too

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    Thanks everyone

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    My mate got a cannabis warning at Lime st station going up to manchester. He then applied for a voluntary position at a library whilst on the jam roll. Naff all came back on an enhanced disclosure - ie teacher/working with kids vulnerable people. Thing is you can only be officially cautioned by a sgt at the nick. Your aveeage pc on the st can't you have to be interviewed and admit guilt first.

    The warning wont come out on a basic standard or enhanced disclosure as the human rights act gives you a right to a private life against whether it poses a threat to someone you could be working with.

    Skinning up in a car park once does not make you a risk.

    Best place to start is the force that warned you, their information department and find out what they hold on you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjaw View Post
    Best place to start is the force that warned you, their information department and find out what they hold on you.
    If you go down this route, have a good excuse ready. Say that you're moving to the USA or something. Otherwise, they may wonder why you're asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Aspie Toker View Post
    If you go down this route, have a good excuse ready. Say that you're moving to the USA or something. Otherwise, they may wonder why you're asking.
    I phrased that badly... simply ask about the warning. If you're asking for the cannabis warning records, because you have been warned and are concerned with an upcoming crb, no eyebrows will be raised. Seems a reasonable request to me. I've enquired in the past regarding stops etc, all I found was that plod are lazy as hell over routine stuff, they all want the big licks action!

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    I got pulled over for suspected possession, big flashing blue lights behind me in the work van, pulled over, they had me out of the van rubber gloves on in the street the lot, riot van and about 2 police cars!
    They got a call on the radio and they all fucked off apart from 2 who said we haven't got time to deal with this and just gave me a caution and they were off again like the speed of light!

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    Thats generally how it is. Pass the attitude test and they don't go nuts if they don't need. Give them one bit of lip and you're sunk! I've had many close calls and they back off cause I'm polite. One other thing, always give them one word or direct answers. Don't start babbling shite it only gets them into convo. If they ask for comment after finding stuff then always say you wish to consult with a solicitor before sayin owt. Can't be criticised for that - only talk on interview after legal advice.

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    Very interesting to see how other people have been treated. I'm in two minds of whether or not to look into this further or just leave it be. Don't really want to start asking the police questions as it only makes you look more guilty really

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    How long do final warning stand? I got one of them years ago wasn't for weed tho your post made me curious about it

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    Not got a clue mate. Have you googled the warning?

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