Regulation (2015:1074) About Some Identity Checks At Serious Risk To Public Order Or Internal Security Of The Country

Original Language Title: Förordning (2015:1074) om vissa identitetskontroller vid allvarlig fara för den allmänna ordningen eller den inre säkerheten i landet

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Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on certain

identity checks to be carried out at serious risk for

public policy or internal security of the country, in

order to maintain law and order and safeguard national


The regulation is notified pursuant to §§ 3 and 4 teams

(2015:1073) on special measures in the case of a serious danger to the

public policy or internal security of the country.

Expression of the regulation

paragraph 2 of this regulation,

1. bus: same as in section 2 of the Act (2001:559) if

road traffic definitions,

2. passenger ships: same as in Chapter 1. paragraph 3 of the

Ship Safety Act (2003:364), and

3. the carrier: it actually performs the carriage of

passengers by bus, train or passenger ships, irrespective of whether

He has concluded the contract of carriage with the passenger or

do not.

Carriers ' obligation

section 3 a carrier shall ensure that passengers who

carrier by bus or train transport to Sweden

from Denmark holding a valid identification document with

photography. The requirement to hold a valid identity document with

photography does not apply to persons under 18 years of age travelling in

the company of a parent who can present a valid

identity document with photograph.

The first paragraph also applies to transport with

passenger vessels which carry out journeys which is 20 nautical miles

or shorter.

Control of the carrier's obligation

section 4 of the police authority shall verify that the carrier has

fulfilled their obligation under paragraph 3. Customs Service and

The coast guard shall, upon request, assist the Police Department in a

such control.

The police, the customs service and the coast guard should

inform the Transport Board of violations of section 3 that the

notice in the context of the controls provided for in the first subparagraph.


paragraph 5 of a fine to be levied by the carrier if he

during an inspection under section 4 cannot demonstrate that it has

complied with its obligations under paragraph 3.

section 6 of the fine is 50 000 per

transport time.

section 7 Transport Board hears questions about the penalty

According to this regulation.

A penalty may only be decided if the claim

targeting has been given an opportunity to comment within two years

from the conditions under paragraph 5 of that charge a fee

are met.

Transportation the Governing Board may decide to reduce or waive

to charge a penalty if there are special reasons for


§ 8 the fine to the State.

§ 9 A sanctioning fee to be paid to the Transport Agency

within thirty days of the decision to withdraw

levy has a final or within such longer period as

specified in the decision.

If the fine is not paid within the time specified in the

the first subparagraph, the Transportation Board leave the unpaid

the fee for the recovery. Provisions for recovery, see

Act (1993:891) for the recovery of State assets, etc.

Upon recovery, the execution be in accordance with

the enforcement code.

A fine fall away if the decision if the fee is not

has been executed within five years from the time the decision was Cook


Advances for some carriers who do not live in


section 10 where a transport operation referred to in paragraph 3 of the carried out by bus and

the carrier that a penalty should be taken out of not

resident in Sweden, an official at the police authority

or the customs service for the control under paragraph 4 shall decide on cash advances

for the fine. Advances need not, however, be decided on

There are serious reasons for it.

The advance shall be paid to the police authority.

section 11 If an advance payment has been agreed and it is not paid

immediately in connection with control, an official of the

The police or the Customs and Excise Department may decide that the bus must not be

continue the journey. Such a decision may not be taken

If there are special reasons for it.

A decision to not ride the bus may continue to apply

until the advance has been paid or, if the penalty

removed final without the advance has been paid, until the

the fine has been paid.

If the bus may continue the journey, officer

a payment form on the advance sum to the driver of the


section 12 a decision on advance or that a bus may not

continue the journey shall promptly be made subject to

The Transportation Board's examination. Transportation Board shall

immediately examine whether the decision will stand.

If a decision on a bus may not continue the trip consists

After the examination referred to in the first subparagraph, shall

The Swedish Transport Agency deal with the case if the penalty without


section 13 Transport Board may decide to fully or partially

put down a deposit that has been decided for a


Transportation Board may revoke a decision to ride not

may continue, if there are serious reasons for it.

The first and second paragraphs applies even when the case if

penalty be reviewed final.

section 14 Of the Transport Agency decides to reduce or abstain

from charging any penalty, the excess

the amount of the paid advance payment will be refunded.


section 15 of the police authority must notify the

1. control under paragraph 4,

2. advance payments for fines, and

3. the decision that a bus may not proceed.

Transportation Board may announce details relating to the

fines in General.


section 16 of the 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) contains provisions

If the appeal to the administrative court. Other decisions

than a decision under section 7 if the fines should not, however,

subject to appeal.

Transitional provisions


1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 4 January 2016.

2. Regulation expires on 4 July 2016.

3. Notwithstanding paragraph 2 concerns the regulation still matters

or matters of control or penalty that has been launched

before this regulation was repealed.