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The Police and Criminal Evidence (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 2007

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART I INTRODUCTORY

    1. 1.Title and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

  3. PART II POWERS TO STOP AND SEARCH

    1. 3.Power to stop and search for prohibited fireworks

    2. 4.Provisions relating to searches

    3. 5.Duty to make records concerning searches

    4. 6.Road checks

  4. PART III POWERS OF ENTRY, SEARCH AND SEIZURE

    1. 7.Search warrants

    2. 8.Special procedure material

    3. 9.Search warrants – safeguards

    4. 10.Execution of warrants

    5. 11.Entry for purposes of arrest, etc.

    6. 12.Entry and search after arrest

    7. 13.Access and copying

    8. 14.Retention

  5. PART IV ARREST

    1. 15.Powers of arrest

    2. 16.Fingerprinting of certain offenders

    3. 17.Search upon arrest

    4. 18.Arrested juveniles

  6. PART V DETENTION

    1. 19.Detention reviews

    2. 20.Use of telephone for review of detention

    3. 21.Authorisation of continued detention

    4. 22.Warrants of further detention

    5. 23.Use of video conferencing facilities for decisions about detention

    6. 24.Bail after arrest

  7. PART VI QUESTIONING AND TREATMENT OF PERSONS BY POLICE

    1. 25.Definitions

    2. 26.Intimate searches

    3. 27.Right to have someone informed when arrested

    4. 28.Access to legal advice

    5. 29.Visual recording of interviews

    6. 30.Fingerprinting

    7. 31.Impressions of footwear

    8. 32.Intimate samples

    9. 33.Non-intimate samples

    10. 34.Fingerprints and samples: supplementary

    11. 35.Destruction of fingerprints and samples

    12. 36.Photographing of suspects. etc

  8. PART VII CODES OF PRACTICE

    1. 37.Codes of practice

  9. PART VIII EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS

    1. 38.Confessions by mentally handicapped persons

  10. PART IX POLICE: GENERAL

    1. 39.Police officers performing duties of higher rank

  11. PART X SUPPLEMENTARY

    1. 40.Regulations

    2. 41.Minor amendment and repeals

  12. Signature

  13. SCHEDULES

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      POWERS OF ARREST: SUPPLEMENTARY

        1. 1.In section 2 (power to disperse unlawful meeting), omit “,...

        1. 2.Section 17 (punishment of persons guilty of misconduct) shall cease...

        1. 3.In section 156 (transient offenders) omit “, and all persons...

        1. 4.Sections 104 (detention of offenders) and 154 (transient offenders) shall...

        1. 5.Section 4 (power to apprehend offenders) shall cease to have...

        1. 6.In section 28 (offences) omit the words from “and any...

        1. 7.In section 12 (powers of arrest and search) subsection (1)...

        1. 8.Section 17(2) (powers relating to breaches of byelaws) shall cease...

        1. 9.In Article 9(1) (persons found drunk in charge of children)...

        1. 10.Section 6 (power of arrest) shall cease to have effect....

        1. 11.In section 2 (3) (power of police to enter on...

        1. 12.Section 14 (proof of previous conviction by fingerprints) shall cease...

        1. 13.(1) In section 4 (penalties for assisting offenders)—

        1. 14.Section 7(2) (power of arrest) shall cease to have effect....

        1. 15.In section 24 (going equipped for stealing etc.) omit subsection...

        1. 16.In section 28A (arrest without warrant), in each of subsections...

        1. 17.In Article 5 (making off without payment) omit paragraph (4)....

        1. 18.In section 138 (provisions about arrest), in subsection (4)(c), after...

        1. 19.In Article 42 (functions of constables)— (a) in paragraph (4)...

        1. 20.(1) In section 13 (power to require aerodrome managers to...

        1. 21.In Part I of Schedule 3 (which sets out grounds...

        1. 22.In Article 25 (enforcement), in paragraph (2), for “Article 27”...

        1. 23.In Article 4 (persons found on premises used for betting...

        1. 24.In Schedule 2 (control of sex establishments), omit paragraph 24....

        1. 25.In Article 24 (powers of arrest) omit paragraphs (1) and...

        1. 26.(1) In Article 2(2) (general interpretation) omit the definitions of...

        1. 27.In section 22 (power to require harbour authorities to promote...

        1. 28.(1) In section 68 (offence of aggravated trespass) omit subsection...

        1. 29.In Article 125 (intimidation, etc.), omit paragraph (3).

        1. 30.In Article 15 (driving etc. under influence of drink or...

        1. 31.In Schedule 2 (deserters and absentees without leave), omit paragraph...

        1. 32.Section 15 (powers of arrest) shall cease to have effect....

        1. 33.In section 66 (assaults, etc) omit subsection (3).

        1. 34.(1) In Article 2(2) (interpretation) omit the definitions of “arrestable...

        1. 35.In Schedule 8 (detention), in paragraph 8 (which relates to...

        1. 36.(1) In section 33 (entry, search and seizure), in subsection...

        1. 37.(1) In section 16 (extension of statutory search powers in...

        1. 38.In Schedule 2 (application of Act to Northern Ireland), in...

        1. 39.(1) In section 2 (entering U.K. without passport, etc.), in...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      REPEALS

  14. Explanatory Note

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