Ordningslag (1993:1617)

Original Language Title: Ordningslag (1993:1617)

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Chapter 1. Introductory provisions



section 1 of this Act contains specific provisions concerning the General

gatherings and public events (Chapter 2), and

regulations on public order and security in General and at the

gatherings and events, in public places and

at certain installations and activities (Chapter 3), and in particular

public passenger traffic (Chapter 4), and at some

sports arrangements (Chapter 5). Law (2009:101).



section 2 of the public place according to this law



1. public roads,



2. streets, roads, squares, parks and other places in the detailed plan

recognized as a public place and granted for its purpose,



3. areas in the detailed plan is reported as local land for port

activities, if they are granted for this purpose and is available

for the public, as well as



4. other lands and indoor spaces as permanent

used for general traffic.



The Government or, by authority of the Government, a municipality,

provide that facilities for play, sport, camping or outdoor recreation,

beaches, railway areas, cemeteries, and other such

areas, if they are not covered by the provisions of the first subparagraph,

shall be assimilated to public places for the purposes of Chapter 3.

and of local regulations, provided that the areas are

available to the public.



If an area or space referred to in the first subparagraph is

available to the public only during certain times, the public

place under these. The same applies to the areas covered by a

Regulation referred to in the second subparagraph.



Chapter 2. Public gatherings and public events



Definitions



section 1 with the general meeting according to this law



1. the gatherings that make up demonstrations or as otherwise

kept for deliberation, view of opinion or information in General

or individual affair,



2. lectures and seminars held for teaching or to

inform the public or civic education,



3. meetings are held for religious practice,



4. theatre performances, theater performances, concerts and other

gatherings to make artistic works, as well as



5. other meetings at which freedom is exercised.



To a meeting shall be deemed to be public, it must be organized

to the public or to the public has access to it, or

that meeting with regard to the conditions for access

to it should be considered on a par with such a gathering.



The provisions of this law on public gatherings comes

Although it appears at a sitting of the minor elements of

entertainment or diversion other than driving

artistic work.



by way of derogation from paragraph 2 of the law on public gatherings also applies

circus performances.



section 3 With public event under this law referred to



1. competitions and performances in sport, sport and flight,



2. dance events,



3. tivoli pleasures and pageant,



4. markets and fairs, as well as



5. other events that are not considered to be public

gatherings or circus performances.



For an event to be public is required to

It organized for the general public or to the public

access to it.



An event to which access is restricted by

requirements on invitation, membership in a particular association or other

conditions, however, is considered to be an event that the public

have access to, if the event is obviously a

part of a movement whose activities are exclusively or

essentially consists in organising events of this

kind. The same applies if the event taking into account

the scale of the circuit who owns access, the conditions

apply to access or similar circumstances are

equivalent to such an event. Law (2010:515).



Authorisation or notification



section 4 of the Public gatherings and public events,

not without permission are organised in public places.



Authorisation to organise public event is also required in

otherwise, if it is a matter of public

dance events, tivoli pleasures, markets or similar

place of amusement or competitions or demonstrations in

motor racing or flight. If it can be done without risk to

order and safety or for transport, may, however,

organisers should be exempted from the obligation to seek permission

According to this piece for the event of the given type. A

decision on the exemption may be subject to conditions.



A general meeting referred to in article 1, first paragraph 4 or

a circus show can be held without permission, if the with

account of the expected number of participants, the selected location

and the time of the gathering and the appliances referred to

be likely to take place without danger to order and

safety or traffic. Law (2010:515).



§ 5 The intending to within an area are reported in detail plan

arrange such a general meeting outdoors or public

event does not require permits for under paragraph 4 shall

report this.



The notification obligation also applies to a general meeting

held indoors in an area that is reported in the detailed plan

and for a public event held outdoors except

detaljplanelagt area, where the expected number of

participants at the gathering or event risk

that order is disturbed, or security is compromised at the or, as

a direct result of it, in its immediate surroundings or to

the traffic is disrupted.



A general meeting referred to in article 1, first paragraph 4 needs

not be notified, if taking into account the expected number of

participants, the selected location and time for the gathering and

the appliances referred to occur can be assumed to take place without danger

for order and security, or for traffic.



If it can be done without risk to safety or for transport,

the organisers may be exempted from the notification requirement in respect of

public meetings or public events of particular

kind. A decision on the exemption may be subject to conditions.



How the application for authorisation and notification



section 6 of the application for authorisation to organise and notification of a General

gathering or public event must be made to

The police authority.



Applications must be made in writing in good time. If possible,

applications be submitted at least one week before the meeting, or

the event.



Notification must be made in writing or orally. If possible,

notifications have been received not later than five days prior to session

or the event. Law (2014:590).



What application and notification shall contain



section 7 of the application for authorisation to organise and notification of a General

gathering or public event shall contain information

If the provider, time of meeting or event,

its art and main design as well as the measures in question

of order and security that the organisers intend to take.



Permission to cover the face



7 a of the one under paragraph 4 or 5 is required to search

permit or report a general meeting referred to in paragraph 1 of the

the first subparagraph of paragraph 1, in connection with such application or

notification request that participants in the gathering to get

permission to cover all or part of the face.



A request must be in writing and reach the

The police authority within the period specified in paragraph 6.

Law (2014:590).



Examination on the application, notification or request



section 8 of the police trying issues for authorisation to organise

public gatherings and public events, if

an authorization pursuant to § 7 a to cover all or part of the face

and if the exemption under paragraph 4(2) of the obligation

to apply for permission to hold public events.



If the public event relating to the contest or

display of motor sport or competition or display on the way

with vehicles and to carry out the event is required

decisions of the County Administrative Board in any other respect, however, are tested

I asked for permission from the County Administrative Board, after consulting the

The police authority.



Notification of a public meeting or public event

processed by the police who also hears questions about

relief under section 5, fourth paragraph, from the obligation to make

notice of meetings or events. Law (2014:590).



§ 9 the police authority may submit to the provider of a public

gathering or public event to provide data

In addition to the application, complaint or request made under section 7,

contain. The authority may also provide for the

investigation is needed. Organisers, however, are not required to

give an account of the content of the lecture, speech or dramatic or

other presentation is intended to occur at

the gathering or event.



On the occasion of a request for authorisation to organise

or a notice of a circus show or a public

event needed a survey that requires special

specialist knowledge, the Police Department to hire an expert on

the webpage of the expense. Law (2014:590).



section 10 Permit to a general meeting may be refused only if it

is necessary with respect to the order or the safety of

the gathering or, as a direct result of it, in its immediate

environment or with regard to traffic or to counter

epidemic.



Permission for a public meeting or public event

shall be refused if the gathering or event is intended to

held in a gathering area that is not authorized or cannot be used


by virtue of section 12, or in another tent that do not offer

adequate safety against fire and other accidents.



paragraph 11 of the decision on an application or a notification

pursuant to paragraph 6 shall be notified promptly. The decision shall contain the

conditions referred to in paragraph 16 that police authorities

reports of the gathering or event.

Law (2014:590).



11 a of the Decision in response to a request made under section 7 shall

be notified promptly.



Authorisation shall be given to the risk of disorders is

insignificant. Act (2005:901).



Safety of tent and tivoli's devices



section 12 of the tents may be used for public gatherings or

public events only if it has satisfactory

fire resistance and stability, and in general the tent and its

Interior provides adequate security against fire or other

accidents and evacuation routes are satisfactory. A

tents intended for more than 150 people and which may

constructed without building permits (tents) must be inspected and

approved.



The inspection shall be made before the tent for the first time put into service

in Sweden and at regularly recurring intervals. If

the tent has been altered in any respect which is essential

safety significance, it should be inspected again.



Approval of a gathering area shall apply for a period of at least

of three and a maximum of seven years.



If a tent, which is intended to be used for General

meetings or public events, because of

damage, or for any other reason does not offer satisfactory

security against fire and other accidents, the Police

prohibit the tent used for such gatherings or

events as long as the failure persists. Law (2014:590).



13 § Tivoli devices such as carousels, Ferris wheel, roller

coasters, car racing sets, slides and similar

person or personal equipment for leisure purposes,

may be used for public gatherings, public

or in other cases provided the public,

only if they provide adequate safety against accidents and if they

is inspected.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for testing, inspection and prohibition

using a tivoli device. Act (2005:68).



Prohibition of gatherings and events in some cases



section 14 of the public event which constitutes pornographic performances,

not organized.



section 15 of the Government may provide that the public gatherings and

public events may not be held in a particular

area, if the prohibition is necessary in view of the fact that Sweden

are at war or war danger or to counter the epidemic or

for preventing or combating epizootic diseases according to law

(1999:657).



After the Government's authorization, a County Administrative Board in the case of

the County, or portion thereof, stipulate that public gatherings

may not be held, if the prohibition is necessary in order to counteract

epidemic or preventing or combating epizootic diseases under

law (1999:657), and public events

may not be held, if the prohibition is necessary in view of the fact that

Sweden is at war or war danger or to counter

epidemic or epizootic disease prevention and control in accordance with

law (1999:657).



Regulations referred to in the second subparagraph shall, with regard to the epidemic,

be preceded by consultations with the State's agricultural work. Act (2005:103).



Police regulations



section 16 of the organiser of a public meeting or public

event shall ensure that there is good order at

the gathering or event.



The police authorities may communicate the conditions needed to maintain

maintain order and security at the gathering or event.

The conditions may include an obligation on the provider to hire staff.

An obligation on the provider to employ stewards in accordance with the law

(1980:578) if the stewards may be imposed only in the case of concerts

and public events. The conditions must not lead to

organisers are burdened with unnecessary costs or that the possibility of

keep the gathering or event unnecessarily impeded on

any other way.



section 17 of the one who does not follow the rules for a General

gathering or public event that will apply

According to the conditions that the police authority has notified under

16 section is bound to the instance exit

the gathering or event. Law (2014:590).



section 18 At a public event, spirits, wine,

beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages drunk only if it

occurs at the permitted serving of such drinks. Spirit drinks,

wine, strong beer or other fermented alcoholic beverages which may not

drunk at the event must not be stored in the premises

or on the site.



The police, for special cases, grant derogations from the

the first paragraph.



Anyone who violates the ban in the first subparagraph shall be obliged to

injunction to leave the event. Law (2010:1625).



19 § Hypnotic or similar experiments may not without Social

the Board's authorization to occur at a public event or

at such general meeting which do not form part of the teaching

sales at the high school or college or any other school form

at the corresponding level.



section 20 of Pyrotechnic Articles shall not without the permission of the

Police used at a general meeting or

public event held indoors. If it can be done

without danger for order and security, Police

free the operator from the obligation to seek permission for

meetings or events of the given type.



Special provisions regarding the possession and use of

pyrotechnic articles at some sporting events available in 5

Cape. Law (2014:590).



section 21 of the people Police have appointed to attend

should have free access to public gatherings and

public events. Law (2014:590).



Police have the right to suspend and dissolve public

gatherings and public events



section 22 of the police authority may suspend or dissolve a general context

General meeting or public event held in contravention of a decision

that means refusal of an application under section 6 or in breach of a

regulations under section 15 or a prohibition under section 25.



section 23 of the police authority, in addition to what is stated in section 22 dissolve



1. a general meeting, if it occurs more difficult disorder

at the meeting, or, as a direct result of it,

in its immediate environment or if the gathering brings

considerable danger to the present or serious disturbance of

traffic,



2. a public event, if it is something that

contrary to law, or if it causes confusion, danger to the present

or serious disruption of traffic.



A public meeting to present artistic work or a

public event may also be dissolved if the gathering or

the event through sound or otherwise causes serious

disturbance of order in its immediate surroundings. However, this does

not when the event or the event takes place in accordance with

informed consent.



A public meeting to present artistic work or a

public event may also be dissolved, on conditions relating to the period

for the gathering or event will be notified with the support of

16 paragraph are not followed.



section 24 A general meeting or public event may be dissolved

under section 22 or 23 only if less restrictive measures have shown

out to be insufficient to prevent the continued illegal actions,

restore order, protect those present or limit the interference

of the traffic.



Police the right to ban public gatherings and

public events



section 25 of the police may prohibit the holding of



1. a general meeting, at a previous meeting

of the same kind sustained more severe disorder in the

the gathering or, as a direct result of it, in its

immediate environment or if the gathering proved to have

resulted in considerable danger for the time being or serious disturbance

of traffic,



2. a public event, if at a previous event of

the same kind have been something that was contrary to the law or it has

led to disorder, danger for the time being or serious disturbance of

traffic, or

3. a general meeting to convey the artistic work or

a public event, if at a previous meeting or

event of the same kind by sound or in any other way,

raised serious disturbance of order in the meeting

or received the immediate environment and the gathering

or event not taken place in accordance with the announced conditions.



The prohibition referred to in the first subparagraph to hold a gathering or to-

position may be notified only if it is likely to be illegal

conduct disorder, danger for those present or disturbance of traffic

and less restrictive measures to prevent it is not

sufficient.



The costs of policy stance



section 26 is repealed by Act (2013:939).



section 27 Of the organisers of a public meeting held in

profit or of a public event has not made

the application or notification as required by section 4 or 5 or not

has completed the application or notification requirement of

such time that a decision under section 11 has been notified prior to

the gathering or event, the Police

order the provider to pay the Office's costs to


keep order at the gathering or event, in the

so far as the costs depends on the webpage of neglect. The same

true if the organisers have not complied with the regulations and

conditions of order and security that has been in place for

the gathering or event.



If the costs depends on the webpage of neglect cannot be

be calculated with sufficient security, to the police authority

appreciate them for a reasonable amount.



Liability may be reduced or remitted, if it

There are special reasons.



The Government may provide for how Police

the costs of policy stance should be calculated. Law (2014:590).



Appeal



section 28 of the Police decisions under this chapter shall

be appealed to the administrative court.



The County Board's decision pursuant to paragraph 8 of the second paragraph may be appealed

in general administrative court.



The County Administrative Board's decision under section 15, second subparagraph, and

The Board's decision under section 19 may not be appealed.



Leave to appeal is required for an appeal to the administrative court.



Unless it has been decided concerns Police

decision immediately except in the case of

liability under section 27. Law (2014:590).



Punishment etc.



section 29 to a fine or imprisonment not exceeding six months convicted the

who, intentionally or negligently:



1. acting as providers violate licensing

or registration in 4 or section 5 or to a condition or a

prohibition has been issued according to paragraph 4(2), paragraph 5 of the fourth

paragraph, section 15, section 16 or section 25,



2. provide false information about any relationship that he or

According to the applicable regulations, she is obliged to inform the

If in an application or a notification, or if any

circumstances in which the police authorities can request stating with

under section 9, first subparagraph,



3. organizing a public meeting or public

event in a tent which lacks prior written approval

or violates a prohibition or against a condition

given for the use,



4. organising a public meeting or public

event and then allows the use of a

Tivoli device which lacks prior written approval or

violation of a prohibition or against a condition that

has been notified of the use,



5. organizing a public event in contravention of section 14,



6. organizing a public meeting or public

event without permission according to 19 or 20 § in cases where

such a licence is required, or



7. organize or continue a general meeting or

public event despite the fact that the gathering or

the event has been suspended or dissolved under 22 or

section 23.



Anyone who intentionally or negligently violates the prohibition in

section 18, first paragraph against ingestion or storage of

alcoholic beverages shall be liable to a monetary fine, unless the Act is

faced with punishment under any other enactment.



Have several contributed to an act referred to in the first

paragraph, chapter 23. 4 and 5 of the Penal Code shall apply.

Law (2014:590).



section 30 of the neglect of duty or obligation

in respect of such public gatherings or public

events that may be held without permission shall not lead to the

responsibility, if the default in the circumstances may be considered

excusable, and it has not caused any inconvenience. Default

nor shall it give rise to responsibility, if the gathering or

the event has not come to pass.



Confiscation, etc.



section 31 If an organiser of a public meeting or public

event has committed an infringement referred to in

section 29, what has been collected in fees or in any other

substitute to attend the gathering or event

be declared forfeited after what would be considered reasonable. If the compensation

has been paid in something other than money and if it is not intact,

Instead, get the value is declared forfeited.



Regarding the seizure of property liable to be forfeited in accordance with the

the first paragraph, the provisions on the seizure of the code of judicial procedure.

Act (1994:1427).



section 32 in respect of seizure and confiscation of spirit drinks, wine,

beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages in the consuming

or storing such beverages in violation of section 18 or with

conditions in accordance with paragraph 16 of the first sentence of the second paragraph is

provisions in the Act (1958:205) on confiscation of

alcoholic beverages, etc.



A police officer may, if access to a public event

as well as on the premises or at the place of the event make

Strip search to search for spirits, wine, beer

or other fermented alcoholic beverages, if the police do not have the

announced such an exception as stated in the second paragraph of section 18.

A physical examination may be taken only if there is reason to

assume that the person should be liable to search results in such beverages to

the event. The same applies in the case of a General

meeting, if the police service under section 16, second paragraph

the first sentence has announced conditions prohibiting

ingestion and storage of such drinks as stated in section 18.

Law (2010:1625).



Special appropriations relating to motor sports



33 § Government or authority that the Government may

in the case of motor sport announce regulations governing execution

and inspection of an establishment or emergency preparedness in the event of such

plant or as otherwise necessary from a safety point of view.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide that other provisions than set out in this chapter shall

apply in terms of time for the filing of, and the content of the application or

the notice of competition or display in motorsport.



Chapter 3. Public order and safety



The use of public space



§ 1 a public place in the detaljplanelagt area must not

without the permission of the Police be used in a way that

not consistent with the purpose for which the site has granted

for or that is not generally accepted. However, the permit needed

not if the site is used only occasionally and in

insignificant and without infringing on someone else's

State.



In the case of public roads applies the requirement on Police

permit only those measures which are not regulated in

Traffic Act (1971:948). Law (2014:590).



paragraph 2 of the law enforcement agency shall obtain the opinion of the local authority before

permission is granted to take a public position. If the municipality

rejection of the application, the permission cannot be granted. If the municipality for

the recommendation sets out conditions under section 15, the authorization

only if it is combined with these conditions.



The municipality shall not be heard in it to establish if this refers to



1. land managed by someone other than the municipality, or



2. other local land than referred to in Chapter 1. 2 paragraph 3, if

It is intended to be invoked under the usage agreement with

the municipality.



Measures for the protection of persons and property



3 § the Comings on buildings, scaffolding, signboards and the like

devices that carry a risk of harm to persons or property

in a public place, shall be remedied without undue delay.



Snow and ice can romp down and injure people or property on

public place shall without undue delay be removed from roofs,

gutters and similar devices. This shall be done in such a way

that it is not thereby incurred risk to people or

property will be damaged.



The responsibility for the measures in the first and second paragraphs taken rests

the owner or as a result of the usage agreement, or

any other basis is in the owner's place.



4 § The taking up an ice channel or wake, digs, bulldozing or

perform similar work shall take necessary measures with regard to

the place of work and other conditions needed to

prevent persons or property will come to harm.



§ 5 Wells, basins and similar facilities shall be

fitted with safety devices which are needed to take account of

facility location and nature. The need to

safety device provides sufficient protection against accidents with

the child shall in particular be taken into account. The owner of the establishment or the like to

as a result of the usage agreement or on any other basis is in the owner's

place is responsible for ensuring that the facility is equipped with the necessary

safety devices.



The police may, in the case of a particular place, decide on

the safety measures to be taken.



section 6 of the Blasting and shooting with firearms are not allowed without permission

by the police take place within the area covered by the

detailed plan.



Anyone who is under 18 years of age shall not without the permission of the police authorities

within the area covered by the detailed plan outdoor use air-

or spring guns with the bullets, shotgun or other projectiles may

be pushed out. The same applies to the outside area, if not the weapon

used under the supervision of someone who has reached the age of 20 years.



Shooting ranges that do not belong to the armed forces may only be used

with the permission of the police. The Government or the

authority that the Government may provide for

design and inspection of the shooting range. Law (2014:590).



section 7 of the Pyrotechnic Articles may not be used without permission of the

The police authority, taking into account the time,

the site's location and other circumstances, risk

for damage to, or any significant inconvenience to the person

or property.



Special provisions regarding the possession and use of

pyrotechnic articles at some sporting events, see Chapter 5.

Law (2009:101).



Local regulations, etc.




section 8 Government or, after the Government's authority, a municipality

may provide the additional regulations of the municipality or part of

This is needed to maintain public order at

public place.



§ 9 the Government or, by authority of the Government, a municipality

may provide the additional regulations of the municipality or part of

This is needed to prevent human health or

property is damaged as a result of the use of pyrotechnic articles.



section 10 of the Government may announce the regulations on the procedure and

the security of a port that is needed with regard to the

activities carried out in the harbour. The Government may entrust to

a municipality to notify such provisions in respect of ports

owned or managed by the municipality or by one of the municipality

wholly-owned companies. In the case of lands owned or managed by

anyone else get the Government entrust to the County Administrative Board to

notify such provisions.



Regulations referred to in the first subparagraph shall specify the area of the

water and land within which regulations will apply.



Certain provisions of order and security on ships and

Port Facility Security Act (2004:487) on maritime security,

in the ports of the Act (2006:1209) on port security, and on

Airports Act (2004:1100) on aviation security, and

the Aviation Act (2010:500). Law (2010:515).



section 11 of the Government or, after the Government's authorization, a

the County Board may, where owing to special conditions needed

to protect people against the danger to life or health, announce

rules for a fixed period or until further notice prohibiting vistas

in injury or danger areas, racial areas, mining areas, firing range

or shooting ranges or similar areas.



section 12 of the Regulations according to §§ 8-11 may not concern conditions

regulated in this law or by virtue of

and other statutes can be regulated in other ways.

Regulations must not put unnecessary constraints on public or

otherwise make unjustified restrictions on the freedom of the individual.



paragraph 13 of the municipality's decision to adopt, amend or repeal regulations

referred to in Chapter 1. paragraph 2 or in paragraph 8 or 9 or 10 §

the second sentence of the first paragraph of this chapter shall be notified immediately

the County Administrative Board.



The County Board shall suspend a provision that violates this

team. The County Administrative Board's decision on suspension shall be taken within three

weeks from the day the municipality's decision notified to the provincial government.

If required longer time for trial, may be extended to

a maximum of two months. If the time is extended to the County Board within

treveckorstiden decide on the suspension of the time

the trial is in progress.



Permission and conditions etc.



section 14 of the examination of an application for an authorisation as referred to in

This chapter, or in a local regulation to

The police take into account what is required for the sake of traffic

as well as to public order and security. If the application concerns

permission to take a public place for sure

purpose, shall be taken in particular of access traffic

interest.



A decision by the police for a permit may be subject to

the conditions needed for the sake of traffic as well as to

public order and security. The terms may not add unnecessary

coercion on the public or otherwise unjustified

restrictions on the freedom of the individual. Law (2014:590).



15 § When the municipality manifests itself under it may specify conditions

needed to satisfy the interests of the municipality have to

monitoring in the case of the management of the public place,

land use, cityscape, environment and traffic. In the case of compensation

for the use of a public place are subject to special provisions.



paragraph 16 of the decision under section 14 is valid for a fixed period or until the

on. The decision shall contain the conditions that

The police authority has informed according to section 14, second subparagraph, and

the conditions under which the municipality has set up under section 15.

Decisions on land that is not under the municipal

management should also contain a statement that the

consent of the land owners or the beneficiaries may

may be needed.



If the local authority has given an opinion under paragraph 2 of the decision contain

an indication of the possibility to appeal municipality's decision

under 10 Cape. Local Government Act (1991:900). Law (2014:590).



section 17 if it is necessary for the prevention of disorder or

prevent damage to human health or property,

The police authority in a particular case to give instructions or

instructions to the holder and visiting for the use

of such bad-or camping sites and premises or sites

for sport, recreation, games, play, amusement or

like that the public has access to. If it is

necessary, the Police may prohibit continued

use.



If necessary, detailed rules relating to public order and security for

activities referred to in the first subparagraph, the Police

report the fact to the municipality. Law (2014:590).



Revocation of authorization



section 18 of the police authorities may withdraw an authorisation,



1. where the conditions referred to in paragraph or section 15 applies to

the State has been infringed in so far as the licensee cannot make and not

take the correction immediately after notice or can't be reached after

reasonable search,



2. If an authorisation has been granted in accordance with paragraph 1 and it is of particular importance

for the municipality that it be withdrawn,



3. where the authorization is valid until further notice and recall is warranted by

According to traffic or to the public order and security,



4. If the permit is valid for specific time and it is essential

importance for traffic or for public order and safety to the

revoked, or



5. If an authorisation has been granted in accordance with paragraph 1 and the licensee

failed to fulfil its obligation to pay under the Act (1957:259) if

the right of the municipality to levy a fee for certain leases of public

place, m. m., and he does not pay immediately after the call.



A permit under section 1 shall be revoked, if the municipality's decision on

opinion lifted on appeal.



Injunctive relief



19 § if someone does not take any action that he or she is

required to perform under this chapter, the local regulations

or decision or conditions that have been notified under section 5,

paragraph or section 15, the police authorities shall submit to the

him or her to take action within the specified time. This

applies only if he or she fails to rectify immediately

After the injunction, or cannot be reached after a reasonable

After research.



Although not apparent from the first subparagraph, injunction,

without prior notice, refer to the obligation to remove

warehouses, stalls, racks, signage, containers

and other devices that have been placed in a public place

without the necessary authorisation pursuant to paragraph 1 or contrary to

conditions applicable to the permit. The same applies in the case

If the devices have not been removed from the end of the

the period of validity of the permit.



An order referred to in the second subparagraph shall, if it relates to a

container or other bulky items referred

up in a public place, be directed also towards the object owner

or the one who is at the owner's site, even if the object set

up on behalf of someone else. It said does not apply if it is

obvious to someone other than the object owner or

is in his or her place has determined the location of the

schedule. Law (2014:590).



20 § in an injunction may be discontinued, as liquidated damages or penalty

If the order is not complied with, given that the correction may be

taken at the defaulter's expense by Police

merchandise. Law (2014:590).



section 21 of the police authorities may take an action referred to in section 19 of the

defaulter's expense,



1. If the neglecting party fails to comply with an injunction in which such

penalty has been set out,



2. If he cannot be reached with an injunction after reasonable

After research, or



3. If, for the sake of traffic or to public order and

Security is necessary to action is taken immediately.



Penalty



section 22 to a fine person who willfully or negligently violates

for 1, 3, 4, or section 6, or against conditions according to paragraph or

section 15 or to the prohibition under section 17 of the first paragraph.



To monetary fine person who, intentionally or negligently:

violate section 7 or to regulations under any of paragraphs 8 to 11.



section 23 If a child under the age of 15 years commits such an act

which is prohibited by section 6 of the first or second subparagraph, the

who has custody of the child to be punished under section 22 of the first paragraph.



If a child under the age of 15 years commits such an act which is

disallowed under section 7, shall have custody of the child is punished

pursuant to paragraph 22.



By way of derogation from the first and second subparagraphs shall not apply, if the custody

holder made what is for him to prevent the action.



section 24 of The that overrides the application of penalty payment mechanism referred to in paragraph 20 of

are sentenced not to liability under this law for acts covered by the

the injunction.



Forfeiture



section 25 Has a public place used for goods or

any other property in violation of the provisions of paragraph 1, the

the property is declared forfeited, if necessary, to prevent

continued violation and forfeiture is not unreasonable.



Weapons that have been used in contravention of section 6 of the first or second

subparagraph, and ammunition for the gun, may be declared

forfeited after what would be considered reasonable.



Regarding the seizure of property liable to be forfeited in accordance with the


the first or second subparagraph, the provisions on seizure in

the code of judicial procedure.



In respect of seizure and confiscation of spirit drinks, wine, strong beer

or other fermented alcoholic beverages of those who consume such

beverages in violation of local regulations are provisions in

Act (1958:205) on confiscation of alcoholic beverages, etc.

Law (2010:1625).



Appeal



section 26 of the Police decision under this chapter or under

regulations issued pursuant to this chapter may

be appealed to the administrative court. However,

Police decision to reject a request to take in

claims public place not be appealed, the decision prompted

of a dissuasion from the municipality pursuant to article 2 of the first paragraph.



Leave to appeal is required for an appeal to the administrative court.



In the matter of the appeal of the municipality's decisions in the cases referred to in

Chapter 1. section 2 or in paragraph 2 of the nor any of 8 – 10 sections of this chapter

the provisions of Chapter 10. Local Government Act (1991:900).

Act (2005:68).



paragraph 27 of the County Board's decision to annul local regulations

According to paragraph 13 of the second subparagraph may be appealed by the municipality in General

Administrative Court.



Otherwise, the County Board's decision pursuant to this chapter does not

subject to appeal.



Leave to appeal is required for an appeal to the administrative court.

Act (2005:68).



section 28 of the Police decision under this chapter or under

regulations issued pursuant to this chapter and

the County Administrative Board's decision pursuant to section 11 and section 13, second subparagraph

immediately, unless otherwise decided.



Chapter 4. Order and security in particular collective passenger transport



Introductory provisions



Article 1 the provisions of this chapter apply to traffic with

Metro and tram, taxi services, as well as such professional

passenger services referred to in the European Parliament

and Council Regulation (EC) no 1071/2009 of 21 October 2009

establishing common rules concerning the conditions to be fulfilled

of persons engaged in commercial traffic and repealing

Council Directive 96/26/EC. Law (2012:214).



section 2 of the road course, With the official drivers and that otherwise, on

because of jobs or tasks in a carrier which operates

the services referred to in paragraph 1, information relating to the order and

safety in traffic. The provisions of this chapter if

Traffic officers applies only to that by wearing the uniform

or mark or otherwise demonstrate that he is

traffic officer.



How to order and security is maintained



section 3 a traffic officer may give road users and other instructions

or instructions necessary to the order or the security of the

the services must be maintained.



4 § alcoholic beverages may not be consumed within a traffic company

area or on its way. This does not apply in respect of

ingestion of drinks by the permitted serving nor if

traffic company for special case has admitted consumption.



With alcohol, of course, such beverages referred to in Chapter 1.

paragraph 5 of the law on alcohol (2010:1622). Law (2010:1625).



section 5 Without track owner's or service operator permit may

not any



1. Enter the track area for the Metro, or such part of

tramway track area for which through fences or signs

or in any other similar way clearly shows that the public does not

have access,



2. Enter the track outside of the vehicle,



3. touch the control and signal devices or similar

devices or otherwise prevent the competent traffic time.

Act (2005:68).



6 § it is forbidden to



1. without the permission of the carrier in its territory or on its

transport lead to property which is of a hazardous nature or

that can cause considerable inconvenience,



2. smoking within a traffic business area which is located indoors or

under the Earth and on other means of transport than included in taxi traffic,



3. pollute or litter on transport or in traffic Enterprise

area, or



4. gain access to the area inside the input latch to

subway without being able to present a valid ticket.



section 7 access to a traffic business area or equipment,

refused it as



1. is drunk,



2. does property referred to in section 6 (1);



3. otherwise behaving in such a way that there is reason to

fear that he will interfere with the arrangement or compromise

safety in traffic.



section 8 of The who is intoxicated or interferes with the arrangement or compromise

safety of traffic are required to at the request of a

traffic officer leave the traffic company premises or equipment.

The same applies to anyone who has breached any of the 4-6 sections or as

failure to comply with an order or notice of a

traffic officer under paragraph 3, if the breach or failure has

essential for the order or safety of traffic.



section 9 If the person who has been refused access under section 7 or as called upon

According to section 8, to leave the traffic company premises or equipment do not do

as he's told, a police officer or security guard to reject or

remove him.



Penalties and forfeiture



10 § whoever contravenes any of sections 4 to 6 shall be liable to a monetary fine,

If the Act is not subject to harsher penalties in the criminal code, or

any other statutes.



section 11 in respect of seizure and confiscation of alcohol drinks in the

consuming such beverages in violation of section 4 of the provisions in

Act (1958:205) on confiscation of alcoholic beverages, etc.



Chapter 5. Special provisions for certain sporting events



Article 1 the provisions of this chapter apply when

sporting events organised for the general public on a

sports facility. Law (2009:101).



2 section With sports facility of course enclosed place

mainly intended for physical education. Law (2009:101).



paragraph 3 of the Pyrotechnic Articles shall not without the permission of the

Police held or used on a

sports facility when sporting events are organized there.



At the Police handling of the issues referred to in the first

subparagraph applicable Chapter 3. section 14, paragraph 16, section 18

first paragraph 1, 3 and 4, paragraph 19, and 20, 21,

24, 26 and 28 sections. Law (2014:590).



4 § When sporting events are held at a sports complex

didn't receive any



1. improperly tread Board or equivalent

area intended for sport, or



2. throwing objects on the game board or equivalent

area intended for sport, unless such

action is warranted with regard to the sports event

implementation.



The prohibitions provided for in the first subparagraph shall also apply to the site, which borders

to those intended areas, where fencing, signs

or otherwise, it can be shown that the public does not have

access there. Law (2009:101).



§ 5 The who willfully violates section 3(1) or

paragraph 4 shall be liable to a fine or imprisonment of up to six months. In

call the case should not be tried for responsibility.



Liability under the first subparagraph shall not be sentenced, if the Act

is coated with the same or stricter penalties in the criminal code

or in other statutes. Law (2009:101).



section 6 of the property which was the subject of the offence under this chapter

shall be declared forfeited, unless it is manifestly unfair.

Law (2009:101).



Transitional provisions



1993:1617



1. this law shall enter into force on 1 april 1994.



Upon entry into force, the following provisions shall cease to apply,

namely



a) Act (1956:618) concerning the General Assembly,



b) General order statute (1956:617),



(c)) Regulation (1874 # 26 page 11) concerning the harbor arrangements and

other police regulations for General hamnarne in the Empire, as well as



d) Proclamation (1950:153) with certain detailed rules for the application of

Regulation (1874 # 26 page 11) concerning the harbor arrangements and

other police regulations for public hamnarne of the Empire.



At the time of entry into force shall also point 4 of the transitional provisions

to Regulation (1990:1510) with länsstyrelse instruction cease

to apply.



Upon entry into force, tariffs and regulations adopted

under section 23 of the Police Statute for the Kingdom's cities on March 24

1868 (# 22) or pursuant to section 25 of the General order Charter

cease to apply.



On 1 January 1996, the local police regulations,

Harbor arrangements and other police regulations for seaports which have

issued before the entry into force of ordningslagens be repealed.



Regulations adopted pursuant to section 10 of the länsstyrelsein-

its design (1971:460) shall be repealed with effect from 1 January 1995.



2. In a case concerning an application or registration as a

regulatory provisions referred to in the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 shall apply

the public order act at trial after the entry into force, unless something

subject to the following.



3. An authorisation as referred to in the third subparagraph of paragraph 6 of General

order the Charter comes to January 1, 1995 as a condition

According to Chapter 3. the third subparagraph of paragraph 6 of the public order Act.



4. Notwithstanding the provisions on inspection in Chapter 2. 12 and

13 of the public order Act, a gathering area or a tivoli device

used for its purpose to its first inspection takes place. The right

to use without prior inspection, however, expires on 30

September 1994, unless a written application for inspection has been made

prior to that.

5. In case of appeal against a decision given before the

ordningslagens entry into force provided for in the Constitution referred to in

paragraph 1, second-fourth subparagraphs apply to older provisions.



6. If, in a team or in a Constitution adopted by

the Government cited a regulation that has been replaced by a


Regulation of this Act apply instead the new regulation.



1999:1282



This law shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. Older provisions

still in terms of conditions relating to the period prior to

the entry into force.



2005:68



1. this law shall enter into force on 1 april 2005.



2. the Matters referred to in Chapter 2. 8 section submitted to

the police authority before 1 april 2005 not yet

been settled, are handled by the County Administrative Board under Chapter 2. § 8 other

the paragraph in its new version.



3. Leave to appeal is not required in the case of judgments and orders

given by the provincial law prior to the entry into force.



2013:939



This law shall enter into force on January 1, 2014. Older

rules still apply for public gatherings

and public events that took place before

the entry into force.

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