Stop and Search Powers

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  • Stop and Search
  • Acts
    • Stop and Search
    • Misuse of Drugs Act 1971
    • Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994
  • Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE)
    • Acts
      • Misuse of Drugs Act 1971
      • Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994
  • can only ask suspect to remove, outer coat, jacket, gloves
    • Procedure
      • have to have  reasonable grounds to believe they are in possession of stolen goods, prohibited articles or items such as offensive wepons
      • police officers must give their name, station and reason
      • must write up a report for every stop and search
  • have to have  reasonable grounds to believe they are in possession of stolen goods, prohibited articles or items such as offensive wepons
  • Procedure
    • police officers must give their name, station and reason
    • must write up a report for every stop and search
  • CJOPA
    • Chief officer can declare s60 is in force if they have resonable grounds to believe serious violence will take place in an area
    • Lasts for 24 hours
    • gives power to ask someone to remove items believed to conceal a persons idenity
  • police can search someone without resonable grounds for suspition
    • CJOPA
      • Chief officer can declare s60 is in force if they have resonable grounds to believe serious violence will take place in an area
      • Lasts for 24 hours
      • gives power to ask someone to remove items believed to conceal a persons idenity
  • Safeguards
    • Grounds
    • Object
    • Identity
    • Station
    • Entitlement
    • Legal Power
    • You are detained
  • Warrant
    • Safeguards
      • Grounds
      • Object
      • Identity
      • Station
      • Entitlement
      • Legal Power
      • You are detained

Comments

hannah7212

what does CJOPA stand for?

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