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Search and seizure under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984

K. W. Lidstone

Search and seizure under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984

a report of research into the police use of search powers provided by the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984

by K. W. Lidstone

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Published by University of Sheffield, Faculty of Law in Sheffield .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementfunded by the Social Science Research Council ; by Ken Lidstone and the late Vaughan Bevan.
    ContributionsBevan, Vaughan., Social Science Research Council (Great Britain)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(229)p. ;
    Number of Pages229
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17259840M
    ISBN 101872998305


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An Act to make further provision in relation to the powers and duties of the police, persons in police detention, criminal evidence, police discipline and complaints against the police; to provide for arrangements for obtaining the views of the community on policing and for a rank of deputy chief constable; to amend the law relating to the Police Federations and Police Forces and.

Police and Criminal Evidence ActCross Heading: Seizure etc. is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 10 May There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date.

Changes that have been made appear in. Overview. This page covers the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) and the accompanying PACE codes of practice, which establish the powers of the police to combat crimes while protecting.

provided by the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) include powers to to make an arrest after an arrest The right to privacy and respect for personal property are key principles of the Human Rights Act Powers of entry, search and seizure should be fully and clearly.

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Search and seizure is a procedure used in many civil law and common law legal systems by which police or other authorities and their agents, who, suspecting that a crime has been committed, commence a search of a person's property and confiscate any relevant evidence found in connection to the crime.

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The mass of key case law is considered, as are changes in Northern Ireland/5(3). The Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) ( c. 60) is an Act of Parliament which instituted a legislative framework for the powers of police officers in England and Wales to combat crime, and provided codes of practice for the exercise of those powers.

Part VI of PACE required the Home Secretary to issue Codes of Practice governing police s to: Serious Organised Crime and Police Act.

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9/18/ Police and Criminal Evidence Act An Act to make further provision in relation to the powers and duties of the police, persons in police detention, criminal evidence, police discipline and complaints against the police; 2 Provisions relating to search under section 1 and other powers.

(1) A constable who detains a person. It contains exhaustive treatment of police powers both at common law and under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act and subsequent legislation such as the Serious Organised Crime and Police Actincluding powers of personal search as well as searches of premises.

PACE is the short form for the Police And Criminal Evidence Act This act governs the major part of police powers of investigation including, arrest, detention, interrogation, entry and search of premises, personal search and the taking of samples. Also part of this legislation are the PACE Codes of Practice which police officers should take into consideration and refer to when.

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Under Section 1 of PACE, any constable who hasCited by: 9. Police and Criminal Evidence Act Section 18 Section 18 permits a constable to enter and search any premises occupied or controlled by a person who is under arrest for an arrestable offence if he has reasonable grounds for suspecting there is on the premises, other than items subject to legal privilege, that relates to that offence or some.

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Before searching a person or viechle or detain a person for the purposes of a search, the officer must take reasonable steps to bring to the persons attention as set out in s2 (3) (a /5. In some circumstances, a prosecutor can use such evidence to impeach (attack the credibility of) a defendant who testifies at trial.

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Shipping in the UK is free. Competitive shipping rates world-wide. GOOD FAITH EXCEPTION TO FOURTH AMENDMENT. In Statethe U.S. Supreme Court held that evidence would not be excluded from a criminal trial even if seized pursuant to an invalid warrant if the officers executing the search obtained the evidence in objectively reasonable reliance on the warrant.

In reaching this conclusion, the Court noted that: (1) the Fourth. Contents¿Summary Foreword by Baron Stevens of Kirkwhelpington QPM DL, formerly Sir John Stevens, Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis (¿) xiii Preface xv Tables of Cases xvii Tables of Legislation xix 1 Powers to Stop and Search: Part I 1 2 Powers of Entry, Search, and Seizure: Part II 17 3 Arrest: Part III 53 4 Detention: Part IV 71 5 Treatment: Part V 91 6.

In recent years, the law relating to entry, search and seizure has undergone major change. Significant legislation, including the Protection of Freedoms Acthas led to the amendment and abolition of powers, creating a complex and dynamic legal landscape.

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Read More. Betts v. Brady () The Court refused to grant the [ ]. All officers should, therefore, be aware of cash seizure opportunities and be equipped to use these powers.

There are some cases where seizing the cash as evidence under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) does not apply or will cease to apply. For example, if a criminal case collapses, any cash seized as evidence would normally. Rights Act Powers of entry, search and seizure should be fully and clearly.

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This updated edition includes the many significant legislative developments in the field, and there is extensive recent case law on the Police and Criminal Evidence Actand the Prevention of Terrorism (Additional Powers) Act Power to seize and retain evidence.

7.—(1) Where a member of the Garda Síochána who is in— (a) a public place, or(b) any other place under a power of entry authorised by law or to which or in which he or she was expressly or impliedly invited or permitted to be,finds or comes into possession of any thing, and he or she has reasonable grounds for believing that it is evidence.

This is principally done under S Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE 84); General power of seizure etc. (1)The powers conferred by subsections (2), (3) and (4) below are exercisable by a constable who is lawfully on any premises.

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