don't count as criminal convictions but they can show up on criminal record checks.
An offender must admit they are guilty of the crime in order to be given a caution
is applied in most of our lives without thought, and that instinct can help keep most of us safe.
Dixy Chicken's manager, Yasir Nasir, and owner, Mohammed Naeem, received cautions
for the sale of hot food without a premises licence.
Mr Francis' barrister Hugh Southey QC said there was no "reliable" admission prior to the caution
, meaning the caution
was "unlawfully administered".
The proliferation of cautions
for such serious offences is extremely worrying and a damning statement on justice - the police, courts and others - which says they are still failing to care properly for child victims.
Rather than a simple review of statistics, it should examine the varied operational environment police officers work in and the complexity of the current caution
The Policing Minister says a review into police cautions
is being launched by the Government to make sure more criminals are brought to court.
If you have noisy gear, slap this black and yellow caution
plate on it: CAUTION
High Intensity Noise Hearing Protection Required.
Any player reaching 15 cautions
for the season, regardless of when, will be hit by a three-match ban.
He said: "The offender must understand the significance of a caution
and give informed consent to being cautioned
Ruth Hall, of Women Against Rape, said most men would consider a caution
a "slap on the wrist".