Perhaps you can't.
Or perhaps, in your application, you didn't.
Even if you did get the manner and form of the draft Notice correct,
perhaps the Registrar believes that the facts and circumstances
that you provided in the application are not in themselves sufficient to ground a charge.
Further and in the alternative, even if you did show a factual basis for a specific charge,
perhaps you don't have (or did not include) sufficient prima facie admissible evidence to show reasonable prospects of success
at proving whatever offence it is beyond reasonable doubt.
Further and in the alternative, perhaps the Registrar has formed the view
that your problem is more in the nature of a civil dispute than an offence,
and that a private criminal proceeding is not the legal machina that is
most likely to bring you justice in this case.
What are the rights of security guards outside of licensed premises? If a security guard believes you stole a bottle of liqour when you had legitimately purchased it and tries to take it off you by crash tackling you from behind and when you resist you are charged with common assault. I had...