By (user no longer on site)
over a year ago
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"My advice; if you get caught, don't accept the caution. The Police can offer you a caution if they think you've misbehaved, but if you don't accept it they have two choices; let you go or prosecute (trial by jury). It is the CPS who decide if you go to trial not the police, so they also have to think that you did wrong but more importantly, they have to think they can persuade 12 other people you did wrong.
You hear a lot in the press about cautions for dogging, but when did you ever hear about anyone going to court for it - there is a reason for that; if you did take reasonable care, it's virtually impossible to prove otherwise (beyond a reasonable doubt) in court."
The above is excellent advice, also never admit to doing anything which might be construed as being illegal. When there is no admission of guilt and no evidence to support charges of wrong doing - prosecution is impossible. It should not be necessary to remind doggers to always be polite and do not shout arseholes at the police. That assinine behaviour is fine for frustrated females masquerading as couples - provided it is done well away from dogging sites.