Stop & Search powers

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  • Stop Search
    • Police And Criminal Evidence Act 1984
      • Pedestrians Vehicles in a public place
        • Streets & Car parks
      • Reasonable Grounds for suspicion
        • Stolen goods, prohibited articles
      • Outer coat jacket and gloves
      • As near to the stop as possible
      • Reasonable force as a last resort
      • Name , Station, Law, Reason
        • [OSMAN]1999
        • [MICHEALS] 2009
      • Written report
    • Code A - Reasonable Suspicion
      • Guidance on act of parliment
      • Fairly responsibly and with respect
        • Age, Disability, Gender, Race, Religion, Sexual orientation
      • never on personal factors, must rely on intelligence or information
        • Subjective
        • Objective
      • Appearance, Gangs unlawfully carrying knives or weapons.
      • [SAMUELS]
    • Misuse of Drugs Act 1971
      • Controlled Drugs
    • Terrorism Act 2000
      • Reasonable suspicion
      • Headgear / Clothing hiding identity & Shoes
      • House Secretary
      • Government
      • Chief
      • 14 Days Maximum
    • Criminal Justice And Public Order Act 1994
      • Anticipation of violence
      • Authorised Senior Officer
      • Does not need reasonable suspicion
      • 24 hours
        • can be extended another 24 hours
      • Riots, Music festivals,Demonstration
      • Scarf, Covering Face
    • A02 Evaluation
      • Wide Powers
      • Increase in CJPO searches - suggested they are being abused.
      • Black people are 7 x more likely to be searchd than a white person.
      • Balance between human rights and crime prevention.
      • small number lead to arrest
      • the term reasonable is open ended and fairly easy to justify
        • Vauge
          • Wide Powers
      • Article 5
      • Vauge

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