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The Criminal Investigation Process

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The Criminal Investigation Process
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Criminal law Criminal Procedure Australian criminal law Bail Law enforcement agency powers Arrest Remand Citizen's arrest Power of arrest Right to silence Miranda warning Criminal procedure in South Africa
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Criminal law Criminal Procedure Australian criminal law Bail Law enforcement agency powers Arrest Remand Citizen's arrest Power of arrest Right to silence Miranda warning Criminal procedure in South Africa
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• Initiated by senior officers given the power to issue on the spot AVOs instead of tracking down Magistrates out of hours. • 30 extra dedicated child abuse officers have been put in place to help support the issue. • “Always some positive when we know more about things, as long as we have the resources to do something about it.” • Shows the responsiveness of the law because a problem with domestic violence in relation with children was identified, appropriate changes were made in giving senior police more power, evident in the 76% increase in AVOs. • It is resource efficient because now, police don’t have to “track down Magistrates out of hours.” • Ensures justice for children because they are often involved in domes...
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