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14 Pages • Topic Notes • Year: Pre-2020
Procedure Arrests Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (PPRA) s5 PPRA: Purpose of ACT • To consolidate & rationalise the powers police have o To provide powers necessary for effective policing o To provide consistency in the powers and responsibility of police o To standardise the way the powers and responsibilities of police are to be exercised o To ensure fairness and protect the rights of, persons against whom police act o To enable the public to better understand the nature and extent of the power and responsibilities of police officers.
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