Licensee support pack
The licensee support pack provides advice and guidance covering:
- Use of force - A guide for licensees
Outlines the legal position of using force, including what needs to be considered before the application of force and what constitutes reasonable force.
Use of Force Guidance - A guide for licensees (PDF 117 Kb - opens new window)
- Under age and proxy sales - A guide for licensees
Managing the approach to avoiding under-age sales through challenge policies, refusal books (including examples of the sort of information that should be recorded), acceptable forms of identification, and false identification.
Under Age and Proxy Sales Guidance - Aguide for licensees (PDF 487 Kb - opens new window)
- CCTV - A guide for licensees
Basic advice on what the considerations should be when installing a CCTV system, including positioning of cameras, image resolution, data protection issues, and availability to the police
CCTV Guidance - A guide for licensees (PDF 167 Kb - opens new window)
- Combating drugs - A guide for licensees
Advice on spotting drug dealers and use, preventative measures that can be put in place and information on the main types of drugs that are in circulation (what they look like, how they affect people, what to look out for).
Combating Drugs Guidance - Aguide for licensees (PDF 612 Kb - opens new window)
- Crime scene - A guide for licensees
What licensees need to consider and the dos and don’ts of managing a crime scene prior to police arrival.
Crime Scene Guidance a guide for licensees (PDF 981 Kb - opens new window)
- Police operations - A guide for licensees
Processes Thames Valley Police and partners follow when conducting proactive operations, including the use of passive drugs dogs, search arches, drug swabbing and test purchasing.
Police Operations Guidance - A guide for licensees (PDF 276 Kb - opens new window)