1. Murder or manslaughter, including criminal negligence causing death; culpable homicide; assault with intent to commit murder.
2. Aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring suicide.
3. Maliciously wounding; maiming; inflicting grievous or actual bodily harm; assault occasioning actual bodily harm; threats to kill; intentional or reckless endangering of life whether by means of a weapon, a dangerous substance or otherwise; offences relating to unlawful wounding or injuring.
4. Offences of a sexual nature including rape; sexual assault; indecent assault; unlawful sexual acts on children; statutory sexual offences.
5. Gross indecency with a child, a mental defective or an unconscious person.
6. Kidnapping; abduction; false imprisonment; unlawful confinement; dealing or trafficking in slaves or other persons; taking a hostage.
7. Criminal intimidation.
8. Offences against the law relating to dangerous drugs including narcotics, psychotropic substances, precursors and essential chemicals used in the illegal manufacture of narcotics and psychotropic substances; offences relating to the proceeds of drug trafficking.
9. Obtaining property or pecuniary advantage by deception; theft; robbery; burglary (including breaking and entering); embezzlement; blackmail; extortion; unlawful handling or receiving of property; false accounting; any other offence in respect of property or fiscal matters involving fraud; any offence against the law relating to unlawful deprivation of property.
10. Offences against bankruptcy law or insolvency law.
11. Offences against the law relating to companies including offences committed by officers, directors and promoters.
12. Offences relating to securities and futures trading.
13. Offences relating to counterfeiting; offences against the law relating to forgery or uttering what is forged.
14. Offences against the law relating to protection of intellectual property, copyrights, patents or trademarks.
15. Offences against the law relating to bribery, corruption, secret commissions and breach of trust.
16. Perjury and subornation of perjury.
17. Offence relating to the perversion or obstruction of the course of justice.
18. Arson; criminal damage or mischief including mischief in relation to computer data.
19. Offences against the law relating to firearms.
20. Offences against the law relating to explosives.
21. Offences against the law relating to environmental pollution or protection of public health.
22. Mutiny or any mutinous act committed on board a vessel at sea.
23. Piracy involving ships or aircraft.
24. Unlawful seizure or exercise of control of an aircraft or other means of transportation.
25. Genocide or direct and public incitement to commit genocide.
26. Facilitating or permitting the escape of a person from custody.
27. Offences against the law relating to the control of exportation or importation of goods of any type, or the international transfer of funds.
28. Smuggling; offences against the law relating to import and export of prohibited items, including historical and archaeological items.
29. Immigration offences including fraudulent acquisition or use of a passport or visa.
30. Arranging or facilitating for financial gain, the illegal entry of persons into a jurisdiction.
31. Offences relating to gambling or lotteries.
32. Offences relating to the unlawful termination of pregnancy.
33. Stealing, abandoning, exposing or unlawfully detaining a child; any other offences involving the exploitation of children.
34. Offences against the law relating to prostitution and premises kept for the purposes of prostitution.
35. Offences involving the unlawful use of computers.
36. Offences relating to fiscal matters, taxes or duties.
37. Offences relating to unlawful escape from custody; mutiny in prison.
39. Offences relating to women and girls.
40. Offences against the law relating to false or misleading trade descriptions.
41. Offences relating to the possession or laundering of proceeds obtained from the commission of any offence described in this Schedule.
42. Impeding the arrest or prosecution of a person who has or is believed to have committed an offence described in this Schedule.
43. Offences for which persons may be surrendered under multi-lateral international conventions; offences created as a result of decisions of international organizations.
44. Conspiracy to commit fraud or to defraud.
45. Conspiracy to commit, or any type of association to commit, any offence described in this Schedule.
46. Aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring the commission of, inciting, being an accessory before or after the fact to, or attempting to commit an offence described in this Schedule.