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PACE Sections 1 - 5

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PACE Sections 1 - 5

Post by assassin on Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:32 pm

1 Power of constable to stop and search persons, vehicles etc.

(1)A constable may exercise any power conferred by this section—

(a)in any place to which at the time when he proposes to exercise the power the public or any section of the public has access, on payment or otherwise, as of right or by virtue of express or implied permission; or
(b)in any other place to which people have ready access at the time when he proposes to exercise the power but which is not a dwelling.

(2)Subject to subsection (3) to (5) below, a constable—
(a)may search—
(i)any person or vehicle;
(ii)anything which is in or on a vehicle,
for stolen or prohibited articles [F1, any article to which subsection (8A) below applies or any firework to which subsection (8B) below applies] ; and
(b)may detain a person or vehicle for the purpose of such a search.

(3)This section does not give a constable power to search a person or vehicle or anything in or on a vehicle unless he has reasonable grounds for suspecting that he will find stolen or prohibited articles [F2, any article to which subsection (8A) below applies or any firework to which subsection (8B) below applies].

(4)If a person is in a garden or yard occupied with and used for the purposes of a dwelling or on other land so occupied and used, a constable may not search him in the exercise of the power conferred by this section unless the constable has reasonable grounds for believing—
(a)that he does not reside in the dwelling; and
(b)that he is not in the place in question with the express or implied permission of a person who resides in the dwelling.

(5)If a vehicle is in a garden or yard occupied with and used for the purposes of a dwelling or on other land so occupied and used, a constable may not search the vehicle or anything in or on it in the exercise of the power conferred by this section unless he has reasonable grounds for believing—
(a)that the person in charge of the vehicle does not reside in the dwelling; and
(b)that the vehicle is not in the place in question with the express or implied permission of a person who resides in the dwelling.

(6)If in the course of such a search a constable discovers an article which he has reasonable grounds for suspecting to be a stolen or prohibited article [F3, an article to which subsection (8A) below applies or a firework to which subsection (8B) below applies] , he may seize it.

(7)An article is prohibited for the purposes of this Part of this Act if it is—
(a)an offensive weapon; or
(b)an article—
(i)made or adapted for use in the course of or in connection with an offence to which this sub-paragraph applies; or
(ii)intended by the person having it with him for such use by him or by some other person.

(8)The offences to which subsection (7)(b)(i) above applies are—
(a)burglary;
(b)theft;
(c)offences under section 12 of the M1Theft Act 1968 (taking motor vehicle or other conveyance without authority); F4. . .
[F5(d)fraud (contrary to section 1 of the Fraud Act 2006)][F6; and
(e)offences under section 1 of the Criminal Damage Act 1971 (destroying or damaging property).]
[F7(8A)This subsection applies to any article in relation to which a person has committed, or is committing or is going to commit an offence under section 139 [F8or 139AA] of the Criminal Justice Act 1988.]
[F9(8B)This subsection applies to any firework which a person possesses in contravention of a prohibition imposed by fireworks regulations
(8C)In this section—
(a)“firework” shall be construed in accordance with the definition of “fireworks” in section 1(1) of the Fireworks Act 2003; and
(b)“fireworks regulations” has the same meaning as in that Act.]
(9)In this Part of this Act “offensive weapon” means any article—
(a)made or adapted for use for causing injury to persons; or
(b)intended by the person having it with him for such use by him or by some other person.



2 Provisions relating to search under section 1 and other powers.

(1)A constable who detains a person or vehicle in the exercise—
(a)of the power conferred by section 1 above; or
(b)of any other power—
(i)to search a person without first arresting him; or
(ii)to search a vehicle without making an arrest,
need not conduct a search if it appears to him subsequently—
(i)that no search is required; or
(ii)that a search is impracticable.

(2)If a constable contemplates a search, other than a search of an unattended vehicle, in the exercise—
(a)of the power conferred by section 1 above; or
(b)of any other power, except the power conferred by section 6 below and the power conferred by section 27(2) of the M1Aviation Security Act 1982—
(i)to search a person without first arresting him; or
(ii)to search a vehicle without making an arrest,
it shall be his duty, subject to subsection (4) below, to take reasonable steps before he commences the search to bring to the attention of the appropriate person—
(i)if the constable is not in uniform, documentary evidence that he is a constable; and
(ii)whether he is in uniform or not, the matters specified in subsection (3) below;
and the constable shall not commence the search until he has performed that duty.

(3)The matters referred to in subsection (2)(ii) above are—
(a)the constable’s name and the name of the police station to which he is attached;
(b)the object of the proposed search;
(c)the constable’s grounds for proposing to make it; and
(d)the effect of section 3(7) or (Cool below, as may be appropriate.

(4)A constable need not bring the effect of section 3(7) or (Cool below to the attention of the appropriate person if it appears to the constable that it will not be practicable to make the record in section 3(1) below.

(5)In this section “the appropriate person” means—
(a)if the constable proposes to search a person, that person; and
(b)if he proposes to search a vehicle, or anything in or on a vehicle, the person in charge of the vehicle.

(6)On completing a search of an unattended vehicle or anything in or on such a vehicle in the exercise of any such power as is mentioned in subsection (2) above a constable shall leave a notice—
(a)stating that he has searched it;
(b)giving the name of the police station to which he is attached;
(c)stating that an application for compensation for any damage caused by the search may be made to that police station; and
(d)stating the effect of section 3(Cool below.

(7)The constable shall leave the notice inside the vehicle unless it is not reasonably practicable to do so without damaging the vehicle.

(8)The time for which a person or vehicle may be detained for the purposes of such a search is such time as is reasonably required to permit a search to be carried out either at the place where the person or vehicle was first detained or nearby.

(9)Neither the power conferred by section 1 above nor any other power to detain and search a person without first arresting him or to detain and search a vehicle without making an arrest is to be construed—
(a)as authorising a constable to require a person to remove any of his clothing in public other than an outer coat, jacket or gloves; or
(b)as authorising a constable not in uniform to stop a vehicle.

(10)This section and section 1 above apply to vessels, aircraft and hovercraft as they apply to vehicles.



3 Duty to make records concerning searches.

(1)Where a constable has carried out a search in the exercise of any such power as is mentioned in section 2(1) above, other than a search—
(a)under section 6 below; or
(b)under section 27(2) of the M1Aviation Security Act 1982, [F1a record of the search shall be made] in writing unless it is not practicable to do so.

[F2(2)If a record of a search is required to be made by subsection (1) above—
(a)in a case where the search results in a person being arrested and taken to a police station, the constable shall secure that the record is made as part of the person's custody record;
(b)in any other case, the constable shall make the record on the spot, or, if that is not practicable, as soon as practicable after the completion of the search.]

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(6)The record of a search of a person or a vehicle—
(a)shall state—
(i)the object of the search;
(ii)the grounds for making it;
(iii)the date and time when it was made;
(iv)the place where it was made;

[F4(v)except in the case of a search of an unattended vehicle, the ethnic origins of the person searched or the person in charge of the vehicle searched (as the case may be); and;]
(b)shall identify the constable [F5who carried out the search].

[F6(6A)The requirement in subsection (6)(a)(v) above for a record to state a person's ethnic origins is a requirement to state—
(a)the ethnic origins of the person as described by the person, and
(b)if different, the ethnic origins of the person as perceived by the constable.]

(7)[F7If a record of a search of a person has been made under this section,] the person who was searched shall be entitled to a copy of the record if he asks for one before the end of the period specified in subsection (9) below.

(8)If—
(a)the owner of a vehicle which has been searched or the person who was in charge of the vehicle at the time when it was searched asked for a copy of the record of the search before the end of the period specified in subsection (9) below; and

[F8(b)a record of the search of the vehicle has been made under this section,]
the person who made the request shall be entitled to a copy.

(9)The period mentioned in subsections (7) and (Cool above is the period of [F93 months] beginning with the date on which the search was made.

(10)The requirements imposed by this section with regard to records of searches of vehicles shall apply also to records of searches of vessels, aircraft and hovercraft.



4 Road checks.

(1)This section shall have effect in relation to the conduct of road checks by police officers for the purpose of ascertaining whether a vehicle is carrying—
(a)a person who has committed an offence other than a road traffic offence or a [F1vehicle] excise offence;
(b)a person who is a witness to such an offence;
(c)a person intending to commit such an offence; or
(d)a person who is unlawfully at large.

(2)For the purposes of this section a road check consists of the exercise in a locality of the power conferred by [F2section 163 of the Road Traffic Act 1988.] in such a way as to stop during the period for which its exercise in that way in that locality continues all vehicles or vehicles selected by any criterion.

(3)Subject to subsection (5) below, there may only be such a road check if a police officer of the rank of superintendent or above authorises it in writing.

(4)An officer may only authorise a road check under subsection (3) above—

(a)for the purpose specified in subsection (1)(a) above, if he has reasonable grounds—
(i)for believing that the offence is [F3an indictable offence] ; and
(ii)for suspecting that the person is, or is about to be, in the locality in which vehicles would be stopped if the road check were authorised;
(b)for the purpose specified in subsection (1)(b) above, if he has reasonable grounds for believing that the offence is [F3an indictable offence] ;
(c)for the purpose specified in subsection (1)(c) above, if he has reasonable grounds—
(i)for believing that the offence would be [F3an indictable offence] ; and
(ii)for suspecting that the person is, or is about to be, in the locality in which vehicles would be stopped if the road check were authorised;
(d)for the purpose specified in subsection (1)(d) above, if he has reasonable grounds for suspecting that the person is, or is about to be, in that locality.

(5)An officer below the rank of superintendent may authorise such a road check if it appears to him that it is required as a matter of urgency for one of the purposes specified in subsection (1) above.

(6)If an authorisation is given under subsection (5) above, it shall be the duty of the officer who gives it—
(a)to make a written record of the time at which he gives it; and
(b)to cause an officer of the rank of superintendent or above to be informed that it has been given.

(7)The duties imposed by subsection (6) above shall be performed as soon as it is practicable to do so.

(8)An officer to whom a report is made under subsection (6) above may, in writing, authorise the road check to continue.

(9)If such an officer considers that the road check should not continue, he shall record in writing—
(a)the fact that it took place; and
(b)the purpose for which it took place.

(10)An officer giving an authorisation under this section shall specify the locality in which vehicles are to be stopped.

(11)An officer giving an authorisation under this section, other than an authorisation under subsection (5) above—
(a)shall specify a period, not exceeding seven days, during which the road check may continue; and
(b)may direct that the road check—
(i)shall be continuous; or
(ii)shall be conducted at specified times,
during that period.

(12)If it appears to an officer of the rank of superintendent or above that a road check ought to continue beyond the period for which it has been authorised he may, from time to time, in writing specify a further period, not exceeding seven days, during which it may continue.

(13)Every written authorisation shall specify—
(a)the name of the officer giving it;
(b)the purpose of the road check; and
(c)the locality in which vehicles are to be stopped.

(14)The duties to specify the purposes of a road check imposed by subsections (9) and (13) above include duties to specify any relevant [F4indictable offence] .

(15)Where a vehicle is stopped in a road check, the person in charge of the vehicle at the time when it is stopped shall be entitled to obtain a written statement of the purpose of the road check if he applies for such a statement not later than the end of the period of twelve months from the day on which the vehicle was stopped.

(16)Nothing in this section affects the exercise by police officers of any power to stop vehicles for purposes other than those specified in subsection (1) above.

5 Reports of recorded searches and of road checks.
(1)Every annual report—
[F1(a)under section 22 of the M1Police Act 1996; or]
(b)made by the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis,
shall contain information—
(i)about searches recorded under section 3 above which have been carried out in the area to which the report relates during the period to which it relates; and
(ii)about road checks authorised in that area during that period under section 4 above.
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(2)The information about searches shall not include information about specific searches but shall include—
(a)the total numbers of searches in each month during the period to which the report relates—
(i)for stolen articles;
(ii)for offensive weapons [F3or articles to which section 1(8A) above applies]; and
(iii)for other prohibited articles;
(b)the total number of persons arrested in each such month in consequence of searches of each of the descriptions specified in paragraph (a)(i) to (iii) above.
(3)The information about road checks shall include information—
(a)about the reason for authorising each road check; and
(b)about the result of each of them.

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