Occasioning An assault or battery will only be charged under s47 if it occasions actual bodily harm, in other words the assault or battery must cause further harm. Occasion has been held in the case of Roberts to mean cause and is concerned with the rules of causation. Where the accused directly physically attacks their victim then causation is immediately established and no further discussion is required. It was also stated, obiter, that if paint or a similar material was put on the hair, that could also be actual bodily harm.
Kick-off was scheduled for 3: Hooliganism had affected the sport for some years, and was particularly virulent in England. It emphasised the general situation at Hillsborough was satisfactory compared with most grounds.
It made recommendations on the safety of crowds penned within fences,  including that "all exit gates should be manned at all times A crush occurred at the Leppings Lane end of the ground during the semi-final between Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers after hundreds more spectators were permitted to enter the terrace than could safely be accommodated, resulting in 38 injuries, including broken arms, legs and ribs.
The safety certificate was never renewed and the stated capacity Non fatal offences the stadium was never changed. After the crush inHillsborough was not chosen to host an FA Cup semi-final for six years until A Leeds fan described disorganisation at the turnstiles and no steward or police direction inside the stadium, resulting in the crowd in one enclosure becoming so compressed he was at times unable to raise and clap his hands.
Liverpool lodged a complaint before the match in One supporter wrote to the Football Association and Minister for Sport complaining, "The whole area was packed solid to the point where it was impossible to move and where I, and others around me, felt considerable concern for personal safety".
In October a probationary PC in Mole's F division, South Yorkshire was handcuffed, photographed, and stripped by fellow officers in a fake robbery, as a hazing prank.
Four officers resigned and seven were disciplined over the incident. Chief Superintendent Mole himself was to be transferred to the Barnsley division for "career development reasons".
The transfer was to be done with immediate effect on 27 March No known minutes exist of this meeting. This left planning for the semi-final match to Duckenfield, who had never commanded a sell-out football match before, and who had "very little, if any" training or personal experience in how to do so.
The approach has been described as a "bottleneck" in which attendees had to fill two sides of the stadium. Nottingham Forest supporters were allocated the South Stands and Spion Kop [a] on the east end, with a combined capacity of 29, reached by 60 turnstiles spaced along two sides of the ground.
Liverpool supporters were allocated the North and West ends Leppings Laneholding 24, fans, reached by 23 turnstiles from a narrow concourse. Turnstiles numbered 1 to 10, 10 in all, provided access to 9, seats in the North Stand; a further 6 turnstiles numbered 11 to 16 provided access to 4, seats in the upper tier of the West Stand.
Finally, 7 turnstiles lettered A to G provided access to 10, standing places in the lower tier of the West Stand.
Although Liverpool had more supporters, Nottingham Forest was allocated the larger area, to avoid the approach routes of rival fans crossing. As a result of the stadium layout and segregation policy, turnstiles that would normally have been used to enter the North Stand from the east were off-limits and all Liverpool supporters had to converge on a single entrance at Leppings Lane.
On match day, radio and television advised fans without tickets not to attend. Rather than establishing crowd safety as the priority, clubs, local authorities and the police viewed their roles and responsibilities through the 'lens of hooliganism'.
The passengers arrived on the grounds about 2: Some supporters were delayed by roadworks while crossing the Pennines on the M62 motorway which resulted in minor traffic congestion.
While rehearsing for the match off-air, he suggested a nearby cameraman look as well. Well, if you look at the Liverpool end, to the right of the goal, there's hardly anybody on those steps People presenting tickets at the wrong turnstiles and those who had been refused entry could not leave because of the crowd behind them but remained as an obstruction.
Fans outside could hear cheering as the teams came on the pitch ten minutes before the match started, and as the match kicked off, but could not gain entrance.
A police constable radioed control requesting that the game be delayed, as it had been two years before, to ensure the safe passage of supporters into the ground. The request to delay the start of the match by 20 minutes  was declined. Two further gates A and B were subsequently opened to relieve pressure.
After an initial rush, thousands of supporters entered the stadium "steadily at a fast walk".This chapter focuses on non-fatal offences against the person, including assault and battery, wounding and inflicting grievous bodily harm, torture and slavery, poisoning offences, kidnapping, harassment, possession and use of firearms and offensive weapons, and hoax offences (bomb hoaxes, hoaxes relating to biological weapons).
Non fatal offences are offences which take the form of an attack directed at another person, that do result tin injury but not death.
RIDAGEGEN - RIDDOR reported fatal and non-fatal injuries in Great Britain by age, gender and broad industry group. Table 1: Fatal injuries to workers (employees and the self-employed) in Great Britain, by age, gender and broad industry group.
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Amongst those crashes in which the alcohol involvement was known, alcohol was a contributing factor in 56% of fatal crashes on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, 23% of all fatal crashes, 6% of injury crashes and 5% of all crashes. an act to revise the law relating to the main non-fatal offences against the person and to provide for connected matters.
[19th may, ]. be it enacted by the oireachtas as follows.