9781859417058

Introduction to Policing and Police Powers

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    9781859417058

  • ISBN10:

    1859417051

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2005-05-04
  • Publisher: Routledge Caven

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Summary

This book provides clear and comprehensive coverage of the policing system and police powers. Flow charts and diagrams are included to explain key areas as clearly as possible. It addresses the core elements of policing and police powers and the effects of the Human Rights Act 1998 on policing are discussed. This second edition has been revised and updated to take account of new legislation, case law and other developments in the area. It will be invaluable to students of constitutional law, criminal justice and civil liberties as well as practitioners needing a quick reference tool.

Table of Contents

Preface v
Table of Cases
ix
Table of Legislation
xiii
Introduction xxi
The Development and Foundations of Modern Policing
1(26)
Introduction
1(1)
A Brief Historical Overview
2(1)
The Structure of Policing in England and Wales
3(5)
The Constitutional and General Legal Status of the Police
8(9)
The `Extended Police Family'
17(1)
Complaints Against the Police
18(9)
Police Powers of Stop and Search
27(34)
Introduction
27(1)
The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 ('Pace')
27(2)
The Codes of Practice
29(7)
Search Procedure
36(1)
Searching of Persons
36(4)
Vehicles
40(1)
Further Search Procedures
41(6)
More Recent Powers to Stop and Search Vehicles and Pedestrians
47(9)
Some Miscellaneous Powers of Stop and Search
56(5)
Police Powers of Arrest
61(34)
Definition of `Arrest'
61(16)
Arrest Procedure
77(10)
Powers Under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998
87(2)
Powers Under the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003
89(2)
`Any Person' Arrest Powers
91(1)
Police Powers to Issue Fixed Penalties Under the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001
92(3)
Police Powers of Entry and Search of Premises, and Seizure of Evidence
95(34)
Introduction
95(1)
Entry and Search by Warrant
96(15)
Entry and Search Without Warrant
111(11)
Police Powers of Seizure
122(5)
Specific Powers of Seizure Under Other Statutes
127(2)
Police Powers of Detention
129(36)
Introduction
129(1)
Designated Police Stations
129(1)
The Custody Officer
129(2)
The First Stages at the Police Station
131(8)
Searches and Examination to Ascertain Identity
139(2)
Detention Without Charge
141(9)
Safeguards Regarding Vulnerable Persons
150(5)
The Charging of Suspects and Subsequent Detention
155(6)
Cautioning
161(1)
Conditional Cautions
162(3)
The Questioning and General Treatment of Detained Persons
165(44)
Introduction
165(1)
General Conditions of Detention
165(1)
The Treatment of Detained Persons
166(4)
The General Conduct of Police Interviews
170(11)
Video Recording of Interviews
181(2)
Confessions
183(3)
Identification Procedures
186(15)
Taking Forensic Samples From Suspects
201(6)
Independent Custody Visitors
207(2)
Policing by Civilians
209(22)
Introduction
209(2)
Civilians Given Police Powers
211(20)
Policing and the Human Rights Act 1998
231(10)
Introduction
231(1)
The Human Rights Act 1998
231(1)
Human Rights Under the Convention
232(9)
Police Powers in the Future?
241(6)
Appendices 247(14)
Index 261

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