Police Powers- Stop and Search

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  • Created on: 18-10-14 12:39

1. Which case shows the importance of providing all the relevant information before carrying out a stop and search?

  • Osman v DDD(1999). The officer did not give all the necessary details meaning that Mr Osman could not be found guilty of assaulting a police officer
  • Osman v DPP (1999). The officer did not give all the necessary details meaning that Mr Osman could not be found guilty of assaulting a police officer
  • Bibby v Chief Constable Essex Police 2000
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2. What information must a police officer provide before carrying out a stop and search?

  • Just the reason for the search
  • Their name, station and reason for search.
  • Their name and station

3. What is meant by 'prohibited articles'?

  • Offensive weapons or articles made or adapted for burglary, theft, taking a motor vehicle without consent
  • Anything that doesn't go with their outfit
  • Something the officer PERSONALLY believes they should not be carrying

4. Which act added criminal damage to the list of offences prohibited articles are adapted for?

  • S1 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and it added spray paints and graffiti tools.
  • Criminal Damage Act 2003

5. Which section of which act said that masks can also be removed?

  • s60 AA of Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994
  • s60 PACE 1984
  • s1 Criminal Justice Act 2003

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