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2. Code G

  • gives guidelines for arrest
  • gives a person their rights during detention
  • defines what reasonable suspicion is not
  • sets out the limitations using a necessity test

3. Section 1 of PACE gives police the power to....

  • remove outer coat, jacket or gloves
  • stop and search
  • search in a designated area for less than 24 hours with no reasonable suspicion
  • arrest with a warrant

4. Section 2 of PACE gives police the power to...

  • stop and search without a warrant
  • arrest, remove outer coat jacket and gloves, along with identifying themselves if plain clothed
  • do road checks
  • make a record of the stop and search

5. When can a police officer stop and search?

  • If the person is in a public place and the police officer has reasonable grounds for believing that he has prohibited articles stolen goods or equipment for burglary or criminal damage (including fireworks under SOCPA 2005)
  • If the person is in a private area and the police officer has reasonable grounds for believing that he has prohibited articles stolen goods or equipment for burglary or criminal damage (including fireworks under SOCPA 2005)
  • If the person is in a public place and the police officer has reasonable grounds for believing that he is acting suspiciously, late at night
  • If the person is in a public place and the police officer is trying to reduce crime by searching everyone who looks dodgy

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