Arrest - PACE 1984

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  • Arrest - PACE 1984
    • Code G
      • A persons involvement, suspected involvement or attempted involvement,
      • Reasonable grounds for believing that the persons arrest is necessary.
      • Tell the person who is suspected that you're arresting them and why, or it is unlawful.
        • Lawful arrest - Taylor v Chief constable of Thames Valley Police (2004)
    • Section 24
      • Past actual - 24(3) A
      • Future - 24 (1)
      • Present - 24 (2)
      • Past suspected - 24 (3) B
    • Necessity test
      • To enable the persons name and address to be ascertained.
      • To prevent the person from:
        • Causing physical injury to themsleves or any other person.
        • Suffering physical injury.
        • causing loss of or damage to property.
        • commiting an offence against public decency.
        • Cauing an unlawful obstruction of the highway.
      • To prevent a child or other vunerable person.
    • Types
      • Arrest for breaching police bail (s.46 PACE)
      • Arrest for breach of peace (s.46 CJPO-Common law)
        • mcConnell v Chief Constable of the Greater Manchester Police.
      • Arrest with a warrant
        • S.1 Magistrates Court Act 1980
      • Arrest by private citizens
        • SOCPA 2005 - S.24 PACE

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