Each band must clearly display its name. Restrictions on the playing of music will be in accordance with the conditions as set out in Appendix B of this Code. No musical instrument will bear any inscription or mark of a proscribed organization.
Flags and other displays often have a legitimate historical significance, but in no circumstances should such items relating to a proscribed organization be displayed.
The names of stewards will have been notified to the police and the Parades Commission at the time of notifying the proposed parade.
be properly trained
be briefed by the organizers prior to the parade
carry proof of their status at all times during the event, and provide this information to police on request
be fully aware of their responsibilities and role
be highly visible by means of jackets, singlets, armbands, etc.
not consume alcohol before or during the parade
co-operate with the police
be prepared to identify to the police any persons in the parade who may be committing any offence against criminal law.
Organisers of parades must co-operate with the police from the time of submission of the notice of intention to parade until the parade disperses.
When a parade has concluded, all those taking part must disperse immediately. It will be the responsibility of the organizers to ensure compliance with instructions in this regard.