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Notice of Intended Prosecution is simply notice from the Police that an offence has been recorded and that they intend to prosecute the person responsible.
If an offence has been recorded without you being stopped by a Police Officer, the, Police must serve a Notice of Intended Prosecution within 14 days of the date of the offence (for certain offences only), to the registered keeper of the vehicle. This will be the person or company named as the keeper on the vehicle registration document (V5) at the time of the offence. Once the Police have complied with this, there is no time limit for them to issue further Notices, to other people in the event that the registered keeper was not the driver of the vehicle at the time of the offence. If the Police fail to serve this within the statutory 14 days, and the offence alleged requires them to do so, it simply means that they will be unable to secure a conviction in Court for the offence detailed in the Notice.
In the event that you as the driver of the vehicle have been stopped by a Police Officer, then the Officer can either give you a verbal Notice of Intended Prosecution, serve a Notice of Intended Prosecution within 14 days to the driver or the registered keeper or serve a summons within 14 days, requiring the driver to attend Court.
In this scenario, if you do not recieve anything in 14 days from the incident then you do not have any criminal record and you can fill in your application that no criminal record.
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