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1. Under licensing legislation, when do police have the right to enter licensed premises?
2. What do the categories A, B or C indicate in relation to controlled drugs?
3. There are too many people in the queue to get into a venue.
What action should the door supervisors take to provide a good customer service in
this situation?
4. The police have the right of entry to licensed premises when
5. Under licensing legislation, who authorises a door supervisor to refuse entry to a
6. Which of these describes random searching?
7. A door supervisor has been assaulted whilst ejecting a customer.
What is the main reason for making an accurate record of the incident?
8. Door Supervisors can only search someone when
9. Which of these hazards is increased when searching a person without using personal
protective equipment?
10. A door supervisor has ejected a married couple who have been having a heated
What risk does this action present to the ejected people?
11. Searching is a condition of entry and a customer asks a door supervisor why they
should be searched.
How should the door supervisor respond to this question?
12. During an entry search a door supervisor discovers an individual in possession of
illegal drugs.
What should the door supervisor do?
13. Which of these is an offensive weapon?
14. Which of these is the most commonly smoked drug in handmade cigarettes?
15. Which of these is an acceptable proof of age?
16. Which of these is the main advantage of observing an entry queue?
17. How should a door supervisor dispose of a used needle attached to a syringe if no
“sharps-box” is available?
18. What should Door Supervisors do when someone collapses when being searched?
19. The door supervisor should always call the police when
20. When is a door supervisor allowed to search a person?
21. Why should a door supervisor complete search documentation?
22. When is it lawful for a 16 year old to consume a glass of wine in licensed premises?
23. A venue manager has asked for targeted searches of customers to find items used in
drug taking.
What precaution should the door supervisors take when conducting these searches?
24. Which of these is a reason why door supervisors undertake premises searches?
25. A venue has been hired for a private event where people of all ages will be present.
Which of these actions is unlawful in this situation?
26. Which of these incidents would require the police to be called?
27. Which of these indicates that drugs are frequently being dealt in a venue?
28. Which of the following could be a sign associated with drug dealing in a night club?
29. A door supervisor finds some contaminated waste associated with drug use.
How should this waste be disposed of?
30. Amphetamines fall into which of the following classifications for drugs?
31. Which of these is a door supervisor’s right as a representative of the licensee?
32. A door supervisor has seized a quantity of illegal drugs from a customer.
How should the door supervisor avoid the risk of contamination while handling
33. Following a serious assault the police have requested the venue’s incident log.
What type of evidence is this?
34. Several people have been injured in a fight in the bar area and there is blood and
broken bottles on the floor.
What should a door supervisor do to preserve potential evidence until the police
35. Search documentation must always be completed because it
36. Which of these is a licensing objective under current licensing legislation?
37. Common assault includes
38. What is the main reason why venues have a maximum capacity?
39. While searching a customer a door supervisor has found an offensive weapon.
What is the first thing the door supervisor should do?
40. A door supervisor sees a customer deliberately ripping fabric from seats.
What offence is the customer committing?
41. What are common signs of drug use?
42. Which of these is a physical symptom of drug misuse?


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