Accommodation - University of Leeds

Fines & Charges

Major Offences

Major offences are things like: repeated serious offences, causing injury or making serious threats, harassment, abusive or dangerous behaviour, sexual assault, grievous or actual bodily harm, extreme nuisance, damage to or theft of property (usually where the amount is £500 or more), arson or attempted arson, repeated tampering with and/or disabling of security or safety systems, supplying illegal drugs and class A drug activity.

In these cases the Director of RCS will send a report to the University Secretary who will address the issue under the University's General Regulations and notify the police if appropriate. Residents who commit major offences like these could be asked to leave their accommodation either temporarily or for good.

Residents who commit serious or major offences could be asked to leave their accommodation either temporarily or permanently.

  1. Minor Offences
  2. Serious Offences
  3. Major Offences
  4. Charges
  5. Appealing against a charge