Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 authorisation of public boxing matches Chapter 2 grounding books/licences for use by competition boxing Chapter 3 Fight Manager tasks Chapter 4 Criminal provisions Chapter 5 date of entry into force and transitional provisions The full text of the Ordinance on public boksekampe1)
Under section 23 (1) and (3) of law No. 444 of 9. June 2004 on police activities, as amended by Act No. 501 of 12. June 2009, fixed: Chapter 1 authorisation of public boxing matches § 1. In accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance, the police may authorise the dismantling of public boxing matches.
(2). Public boxing matches must not be settled without police permission.
§ 2. Authorized pursuant to section 1 shall be granted by Police Director at the place where the public boxing match should be phased out.
(2). Police Director shall decide not later than 4 weeks after application and all necessary information is received.
(3). The time limit referred to in paragraph 2 may be extended once if it due to the nature of the case, it is not possible to take a decision before the deadline. If the period is extended, the applicant is granted before the expiry of the deadline referred to in paragraph 2 thereof and as to when there will then last decision. It must appear in the message, what the rationale is for extension and for the prescribed period.
(4). An excess of 4 weeks of the closing date referred to in paragraph 2 or the extended deadline in accordance with paragraph 3 shall not mean that the applicant may consider permission for granted.
(5). There must, as soon as possible after the receipt of an application will be sent a confirmation to the applicant on receipt of the application. The confirmation shall contain information about the time limit referred to in paragraph 2, and the right to extend the time limit in accordance with paragraph 3. The confirmation shall also include a complaint Guide.
§ 3. The police can lay down in the permit conditions for the conduct of a boxing event.
§ 4. If the public boxing match is executed as part of an economic activity, must be informed about what spectators match boxes, Police Director with jurisdiction to grant authorisation to heat winding boxes.
(2). The information referred to in paragraph 1 shall be given to or made available for spectators in boxing match settlement.
(3). This information is given or made available in this way, as the organizer of a boxing event will find most suitable, URf.eks. by the information made available by electronic means via an address stated by the Organizer, the information shown in the information material, which the organizer has issued, or that the information is available there, in which a boxing event is executed.
§ 5. The fight must be witnessed by a doctor, if regulations and notices must be complied with. The doctor, who must be allowed to independently act as physician, be approved by the police, upon a proposal from the organizers or connected, possibly after the police have obtained an opinion with the Board of health or medical institution. The doctor's fee is paid by the organizers or connected.
(2). The National Board of health may lay down detailed rules on the duties and powers of the medical Conference.
§ 6. The match cannot take place unless there is for each boxer presented a startbog/license with the annexes thereto, conducted in accordance with the rules set out in Chapter 2. However, this does not apply to boxers engaged in boxing activities in another EU/EEA country or other foreign boxers, if the bokseres Confederation have not adopted a startbog or other equivalent documentation.
§ 7. The fight must be controlled and managed by a battle leader who has agreed to follow the requirements set out in Chapter 3.
§ 8. In matches between amateur boxers participants must be aged 11 years.
(2). In matches in which the boxers between the ages of 11 to 16 year participant, there shall be 2 years age difference between participants.
(3). In matches between professional boxers participants must be aged 18 or over.
§ 9. Battles do not take place between boxers of different sexes or boxers, if the weight difference is greater than the weight difference between the upper and lower weight limit for any of the classes, like those boxers belong to.
§ 10. No Boxer shall participate in more than one battle within the same 24 hours a day and no more than 2 matches within a week. For participants in the annual Championship rallies can Denmark's Boxes-Union local unions authorize a boxer by the said competitions take part in up to three matches in the space of a weekend. Provision of 2. paragraph does not, however, cover boxers between the ages of 11 and 16 years.
§ 11. Boxers aged 18 years and older must not exceed boxes 20 matches in a season, apart from representative matches.
(2). Boxers between the ages of 15 to 17 years, no more than boxes 15 games in a season, apart from representative matches.
(3). Boxers between the ages of 11 to 14 years, no more than boxes 10 matches in a season, including representative matches.
§ 12. In matches between amateur boxers aged 17 years and older boxes, no more than 4 laps á 3 minutes or 6 laps á 2 minutes with a one-minute break between each lap.
(2). In matches between amateur boxers between the ages of 11 and 16 years, no more than boxes 3 laps á 2 minutes with a one-minute break between each lap.
(3). In matches between professional boxers, no more than boxes 12 laps á 3 minutes with a one-minute break between each lap.
§ 13. Boxers weighing 67 kg or less must use boxing gloves, weighing at least 8 ounces (227.2 g). Boxers weighing over 67 kg, must use boxing gloves, weighing less than 10 ounces (283.5 g).
(2). Amateur boxers must use customised boxes helmet.
(3). Boxers must use individually adapted Mouthguard.
(4). Boxers must apply the Jockstrap.
§ 14. Before a boxer can debut as a professional in a public boxing match, that person must undergo an MRI of the brain, a neurological or neurosurgical specialist medical examination and a øjenlæge study.
(2). Professional Boxers to be after her debut as a professional review the examinations referred to in paragraph 1, including an MRI scan of the brain, at least after every 12. month.
(3). In paragraphs 1 to 2 shall studies, including MRI scanning of the brain, must be evaluated by a doctor designated by the respective boxers ' Union, to ensure that the results are not showing signs of malformation, disease or trauma. This doctor should be allowed to independently act as doctor.
(4). A professional Boxer can waivers shall be notified by the police from the examinations referred to in paragraph 2, if he or she declares not to have participated in the Boxer boxing matches or be saving over the past 12 months. A professional Boxer must not, however, participate in a public boxing match unless the Boxer has reviewed the examinations referred to in paragraph 1, including an MRI scan of the brain, within the last 12 months prior to the boxing event, and these are assessed by the physician referred to in paragraph 3, in order to ensure that the results are not showing signs of malformation, disease or trauma.
§ 15. Amateur boxers, aged 30 years or have bokset 50 matches, must undergo a neurological or neurosurgical specialist medical examination and a øjenlæge study.
(2). The studies referred to in paragraph 1 shall then be repeated after every 25. battle, and if the Boxer losing a boxing match on the knock out.
(3). The examinations referred to in paragraph 1 must be evaluated by a doctor designated by the respective boxers ' Union, to ensure that the results are not showing signs of malformation, disease or trauma. This doctor should be allowed to independently act as doctor.
§ 16. Fights between boxers between the ages of 11 to 16 years of age must be decided on points. Counting is not allowed in battles between boxers between the ages of 11 and 16 years. Stop a fight before time, given the victory to the Boxer, which led in points, when the match was interrupted. However, this does not apply if the Boxer or his abandon, as a second or if kamplederen stops the fight due to a participant's apparent inferiority or by disqualification. In such cases, given the victory to his opponent.
§ 17. The ring, IE. the enclosed arena, must be safely and securely constructed and equipped for the sake of boksernes safety, in particular as regards the size, quantity and height of ropes as well as the substrate, there must be non-slip and shock-absorbing.
Chapter 2 grounding books/licences for use by competition boxing section 18. No Boxer shall participate in competitive boxing without presenting a valid startbog/license with the annexes thereto, of the basic regulation. However, section 6. Start the book/license, which must be equipped with a photograph of Boxer, issued respectively by Denmark's Boxes-Union (boxes connected or, where appropriate, of local Union) and Danish Professional Boxing Federation or Danish Boxing Association. Information on the outcome of a prior medical examination, including specified information on matters of importance for the assessment of boxing's health fitness for competitive boxing, must appear from the start the book/certificate or the relevant annex.
(2). Start the book/certificate or the annexes thereto, shall include information on the outcome of the in section 14 or section 15 mentioned studies.
(3). Boxes connected, for Denmark's Boxes-Union upon the recommendation of its medical officer may refuse to issue or approve startbog/license to a boxer, if Boxer estimated to expose themselves to a particular risk by boxes.
§ 19. Start the book/certificate or the annexes thereto, must contain notes about the time and place of all Boxing's fights as well as on the outcome of these. In addition, start the book/certificate or the annexes thereto, contain information on possible suspensions and whether the doctor's possible annotations.
§ 20. Start the book/license must be approved each year. Start the book/certificate shall not be approved, subject to the conditions referred to in section 14 or section 15 mentioned studies have not been complied with.
§ 21. Denmark's Boxes-Union must start on the basis of the books keep a central register of all fighting boxers. In this directory should also be included information on quarantines, etc. According to the competition schedules, as immediately after each being summonsed to the Organization should be sent to connected.
§ 22. Start the book/certificate or the annexes thereto, shall contain one of the National Board of health drawn up list of the special hazards of boxing, including a warning that violation of medical quarantine provisions entail significant risk of permanent damage.
Chapter 3 Fight Manager tasks § 23. Kamplederen or the supervisor must ensure that the provisions of this Ordinance and the conditions under which police have asked for the holding of the Conference, are met.
§ 24. Kamplederen or the supervisor shall, in cases where a boxer has not previously participated in competitive matches, ensure that the Boxer has received at least 4 months prior boxing lessons. Information to this effect must appear from the start the book. If this is not the case, the kamplederen or the supervisor ban against the person concerned is participating in the fight.
§ 25. Kamplederen or supervisor should be aware of whether there has been doping at any of the boxers, which is notified to the competition. Get kamplederen or suspicion thereof, the supervisor must kamplederen or the supervisor to draw attention to the relationship of the doctor's Conference.
section 26. Kamplederen in cases where a boxer must not have previously participated in competitive matches, pay special attention to boxing's technical skill. If this is clearly insufficient, kamplederen stopping the fight and sentenced Boxer ' technical ' in quarantine until 4 months. Such quarantine excludes boxer from participation in the new Conference in time until expiry of the quarantine, but does not imply exclusion from training.
§ 27. Kamplederen or the supervisor must also observe the following rules for quarantine cold cuts during matches: 1) A Boxer, who is knocked out or have been given a rough ride, to impose a quarantine of at least 4 weeks duration. By rough ride means that Boxer as a result of repeated hard hits to the head works woozy (' groggy ') or otherwise included, although these shocks has not resulted in actual unconsciousness.
2) If a boxer has received 2 quarantine order made within a period of 3 months, Boxer does not get permission to boxes before three months after the end of the other quarantined.
3) If a boxer has received 3 quarantine order made within a period of one year, may not be permitted to Boxer boxes until a year after the imposition of the third quarantine.
(2). Quarantine notice in the above cases includes participation in both competition boxing as sparring in connection with training and the like.
section 28. Kamplederen must follow the tournament doctor's instructions. Tournament doctor have an independent power to require production of a fight stopped, just as the competition doctor can impose quarantine.
Chapter 4 Criminal provisions of section 29. With less higher penalty is inflicted upon other law punishable by fines the Organizer, which violates article 1, paragraph 2, section 4, section 5, paragraph 1 1. paragraph, article 6, article 8, paragraph 3, or the conditions set out under section 3. In the same way penalized the martial leader who violates section 6, §§ 23 – 28, or conditions set out under section 3, the supervisor, who violates section 6, § § 23-25, section 27, or the conditions set out under section 3, as well as the boxer who violates section 8 (3).
(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability according to the rules laid down in the Penal Code Chapter 5.
Chapter 5 date of entry into force and transitional provisions § 30. The notice shall enter into force on the 15. March 2011 and have the effect of public boxing matches, which is executed after this time.
(2). Permissions to public boxing matches, which are communicated before the 15. March 2011 in accordance with the existing rules, but where a boxing event must be executed after that date, shall continue to apply, but no later than for the 15. September 2011.
(3). The rules in section 14 and section 15 does not apply to those referred to in paragraph 2, the boxing matches.
(4). Executive Order No. 497 of 17. June 2005 on public boxing matches is repealed.
The Ministry of Justice, the 5. March 2011 Lars Barfoed/Cristina Angela Gulisano Official notes 1) Ordinance contains provisions implementing parts of a European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/123/EC of 12. December 2006 on services in the internal market, Official Journal No. L 376 of 27. December 2006, p. 36.