Regrettably, because of the actions of some individuals, NDORS has introduced and now operates a zero-tolerance policy towards inappropriate dress, offensive personal appearance, abusive and threatening behaviour in all NDORS Courses. Everyone involved in administering, delivering or attending a course should conduct themselves in an appropriate manner, respect each other and to be respected,. This reflects other public-sector policies on this matter.
Police and course provider staff who are administering course offers should not be subject to inappropriate, threatening or abusive language or behaviour. Any such behaviour is likely to result in the offer of course being withdrawn on the matter proceeded through the criminal justice system.
Disruptive behaviour, intoxication, wilful non-compliance or wilful misbehaviour whilst on a course is unacceptable. The use of mobile phones and other recording equipment is not normally permitted except during scheduled breaks.
Maintaining a comfortable environment in which all course attendees can participate is important, therefore, course attendees are individually responsible for their personal hygiene and general presentation in consideration of how others may perceive their appearance. Sometimes the poor hygiene of one individual can adversely affect other course attendees with whom the individual comes into contact. Course attendees should not wear clothing which is likely to cause embarrassment or offence to others delivering or attending a course. Course providers reserve the right to process a course offer and/or refuse access or expel anyone for not complying with policy and referring the individual back to the police force making the offer. The Police will very likely Institute criminal proceedings for the original offence, and withdraw the course offer.
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