|£75 - £100||Rude and abusive|
|£100||Failure (without reasonable cause) to produce accurate identification upon demand from authorised persons (who have identified themselves)|
|£25 - £75||Antisocial behaviour & Non-Compliance: minor impact||
Antisocial behaviour includes disorderly conduct (including drunkenness), unnecessary noise, and behaviours which cause a nuisance, inconvenience or annoyance to other residents. Should you be unconscious due to drink then there will also be a requirement to meet with Wellbeing Support Services.
Non-compliance covers the rules as set out in the online Life in Halls residential handbook.
|£75 - £100||Antisocial behaviour & Non-Compliance: moderate impact|
|£100 - £150||Antisocial behaviour & Non-Compliance: major impact|
|£75 - £100||Subletting, unauthorised shared occupancy or overnight guests: moderate impact||This includes handing over your keys to others or allowing a guest to stay for longer than the permitted period|
|£100 - £150||Subletting, unauthorised shared occupancy or overnight guests: major impact|
|£75 - £150||Possession of offensive weapons (including flick knives and imitation firearms)|
|£75 - £150 plus damage charges||Wilful or negligent damage depending on the nature of the damage and the incident which resulted in damage occurring|
|£250||Illegal substances: zero tolerance policy - may result in referral to the police or major disciplinary review under Regulation 23|
These fine tariffs are reviewed annually.
Other penalties may include a formal written warning, a requirement to apologise (in writing or in person), temporary suspension of privileges (such as visitors or requests to hold parties/gatherings) or a request to transfer to a different on-campus residence. You may receive one of these alternative penalties instead of/or alongside a fine (depending on the nature of the incident and the impact it has had on the residential community).
Please be advised that if disciplinary action is taken as a result of illegal drugs or extreme alcohol intake then an appointment may be made for you to meet with a University Wellbeing Advisor to explore your behaviour.