HSE Prosecution System

Last Updated: 19 October 2000

Version: P1.0


Advanced Search - Example 1

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Example 1 : Find Cases relating to a specific Defendant, where the Case was Resulting from the Investigation of a Fatality. (Uses two search criteria)


Use the following steps:- 

1    On the Home Page, click on Advanced Search

Add your 1st criteria to the search

2    In the Cases or Breaches  box select Cases

3    Click on Continue

4    In the Search Item box select Defendant's name.

5    Click on Continue

6    In the Enter (part of)  text field type the Defendant's Name.

7    Click on Add to add your search criteria.

       Please Note:

In the Current Search Criteria area, the first criteria "defendant's name = Botary" is displayed.  If you wish to see the results using only this criteria, then click on Go now.  Click the Back button on the Toolbar to return to your search.

Add your 2nd criteria to the search

8    In the Additional criteria condition box select AND.

      See Condition or Operand for more details of how to use Conditions.

9    Click on Continue.

10  In the Search Item box, select resulting from a fatality.

11  Click on Continue.



12  In the Yes or No Box, Select Yes.

13  Click on Add

       Please Note:

In the Current Search Criteria area,  two criteria are displayed; "defendant's name = Botary" AND "resulting from a fatality = Yes".  If the criteria are entered correctly then click on Go now, otherwise click on start again to clear the search criteria and refresh the page or use the Back button on the toolbar to move back one step at a time



14  Click on Go within the "Current Search Criteria" area.

15   In a few moments, a hit list of Cases about the Defendant you entered, where the Case was resulting from a fatality, is displayed. 

16  Click on the Case Number to view the Case in more detail E.g. Case Summary, Total Fine, Location of Offence and HSE Details.

17  Use the Back button on the Toolbar, to return to the list of Cases

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