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Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

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[F1ScheduleE+W+S Section 6(4): service disciplinary convictions

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1Any conviction for an offence mentioned in this Schedule is a conviction referred to in section 6(6)(bb) of this Act (convictions to be disregarded for the purposes of extending a period of rehabilitation following subsequent conviction).E+W+S

Provisions of the Army Act 1955 and the Air Force Act 1955E+W+S

2Any offence under any of the provisions of the M1Army Act 1955 or the M2Air Force Act 1955 listed in the first column of the following table:—E+W+S

ProvisionSubject-matter
Section 29Offences by or in relation to sentries, persons on watch etc.
Section 29AFailure to attend for duty, neglect of duty etc.
Section 33Insubordinate behaviour.
Section 34Disobedience to lawful commands.
Section 34AFailure to provide a sample for drug testing.
Section 35Obstruction of provost officers.
Section 36Disobedience to standing orders.
Section 38Absence without leave.
Section 39Failure to report or apprehend deserters or absentees.
Section 42Malingering.
Section 43Drunkenness.
Section 43AFighting, threatening words etc.
Section 44Damage to, and loss of, public or service property etc.
Section 44ADamage to, and loss of, Her Majesty’s aircraft or aircraft material.
Section 44BInterference etc. with equipment, messages or signals.
Section 45Misapplication and waste of public or service property.
Section 46Offences relating to issues and decorations.
Section 47Billeting offences.
Section 48Offences in relation to requisitioning of vehicles.
Section 50Inaccurate certification.
Section 51Low flying.
Section 52Annoyance by flying.
Section 54Permitting escape, and unlawful release of prisoners.
Section 55Resistance to arrest.
Section 56Escape from confinement.
Section 57Offences in relation to courts-martial.
Section 61Making of false statements on enlistment.
Section 62Making of false documents.
Section 63Offences against civilian population.
Section 69Conduct to prejudice of military discipline or air-force discipline.
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3Any offence under section 68 (attempt to commit military offence) or 68A (aiding and abetting etc., and inciting, military offence) of the M3Army Act 1955 in relation to an offence under any of the provisions of that Act listed in paragraph 2.E+W+S

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4Any offence under section 68 (attempt to commit air-force offence) or 68A (aiding and abetting etc., and inciting, air-force offence) of the M4Air Force Act 1955 in relation to an offence under any of the provisions of that Act listed in paragraph 2.E+W+S

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Provisions of the Naval Discipline Act 1957E+W+S

5Any offence under any of the provisions of the M5Naval Discipline Act 1957 listed in the first column of the following table:—E+W+S

ProvisionSubject-matter
Section 6Offences by or in relation to sentries, persons on watch etc.
Section 7Failure to attend for duty, neglect of duty etc.
Section 11Insubordinate behaviour.
Section 12Disobedience to lawful commands.
Section 12AFailure to provide a sample for drug testing.
Section 13Fighting, threatening words etc.
Section 14Obstruction of provost officers.
Section 14ADisobedience to standing orders.
Section 17Absence without leave etc.
Section 18Failure to report deserters and absentees.
Section 21Low flying.
Section 22Annoyance by flying.
Section 25Inaccurate certification.
Section 27Malingering.
Section 28Drunkenness.
Section 29Damage to, and loss of, public or service property etc.
Section 29ADamage to, and loss of, Her Majesty’s aircraft or aircraft material.
Section 29BInterference etc. with equipment, messages or signals.
Section 30Misapplication and waste of public or service property.
Section 31Offences relating to issues and decorations.
Section 32Billeting offences.
Section 33Offences in relation to the requisitioning of vehicles etc.
Section 33APermitting escape, and unlawful release of prisoners.
Section 33BResistance to arrest.
Section 33CEscape from confinement.
Section 34AFalse statements on entry.
Section 35Falsification of documents.
Section 35AOffences against civilian population.
Section 38Offences in relation to courts-martial.
Section 39Conduct to the prejudice of naval discipline.
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6Any offence under section 40 (attempt to commit naval offence) or 41 (aiding and abetting etc., and inciting, naval offence) of the M6Naval Discipline Act 1957 in relation to an offence under any of the provisions of that Act listed in paragraph 5.]E+W+S

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