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The e-book is an creation to policing and police powers, designed for the newbie who desires to research the topic as much as measure point or the similar. It covers the policing and police powers elements of LLB constitutional legislations and civil liberties, in addition to for felony justice classes at post-graduate in addition to undergraduate point. Practitioners, even if within the felony occupation may still locate that this e-book will supply them a brief grab of this topic sector. The booklet adopts a step-by-step method and endeavours to provide an explanation for the problems essentially, assisted via circulate charts and diagrams.

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In 1997, the Knives Act was passed, and this was followed later in the same year by the passing of the Confiscation of Alcohol (Young Persons) Act 1997 (see Chapter 5). The powers available to the police have been further augmented by a number of provisions under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (see Chapter 3) and all this is indicative of the rate at which police powers 1 2 3 Otherwise known as the Philips Royal Commission. Zander, M, The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, 3rd edn, 1995, London: Sweet Maxwell.

This may also include him requiring police authorities, under s 38, to set performance targets in order to achieve this end. Under s 42 of the 1996 Act, the Home Secretary may require a police authority to dismiss a chief constable (or an assistant chief constable) following an inquiry if necessary and, if representations are made by that officer, a hearing must be convened (see Ridge v Baldwin (1964), where the principle of the right to a fair hearing was extended to a former chief constable, who had been dismissed from his post by a borough police authority, and that committee had not initially given him the opportunity to present his case in defence).

Notwithstanding the overall effects of these changes, the Home Secretary will still be the most singularly prominent figure in respect of the policing of this country. Under the Police Act 1996, which has preserved many of the powers held by him under the Police Act 1964, the Home Secretary, under s 37, may determine policing objectives in all areas, having made prior consultations with the relevant police authorities and their police chiefs. This may also include him requiring police authorities, under s 38, to set performance targets in order to achieve this end.

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