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Police Powers in Ireland

By: Garnet Orange
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Published: 31-01-2014
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 496
ISBN: 9781780434773
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 248 x 156 mm
RRP : €195.00
 

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About Police Powers in Ireland

Police Powers in Ireland covers everything a practitioner needs to know about police powers. There is no closer tie to criminal law than the powers of the police in the country. The book is a practical every-day guide and is useful to people who practise in the area as it refers to cases not cited elsewhere. It starts with the history of the force, their duties and powers. Then it details the importance of human rights (liberty, property rights, privacy, right to silence, rights of detained persons); the interpretation of legislation regarding police powers and the limitation of those powers; the relationship between the police and the public; and arrest and detention.

Covers the following key areas:
Judges' Rules and the questioning of suspects;
Adverse inference (ie when people fail to answer questions);
Police powers to enter property and powers to search that property;
Stop and search of vehicles;
Observation, surveillance and phone-tapping;
Evidence (seizure and retention of);
Forensic evidence;
Visual ID (parades, videos, photos);
Entrapment;
Trial and remedies (civil proceedings);
Garda Ombudsman.

Includes the following consolidated legislation:
Criminal Justice Act, 1984 (and other Acts relating to arrestable offences and relevant offences);
Offences Against the State 1939 to 1998 (scheduled offences);
Misuse of Drugs Act 1977 and Criminal Justice (Drug Trafficking Offences) Act 1996;
Criminal Justice Act 2007.

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 An Garda Síochána
Chapter 2 Duties and Powers
Chapter 3 Human Rights
Chapter 4 Interpretation and Limitation
Chapter 5 The Police and the Public
Chapter 6 Arrest and Detention
Chapter 7 Questions, Answers and Statements
Chapter 8 Adverse Inferences
Chapter 9 Powers to Enter Private Property
Chapter 10 Search of the Person
Chapter 11 Vehicles
Chapter 12 Observation, Surveillance, Phones, Post and Computers
Chapter 13 Evidence
Chapter 14 Forensic Evidence
Chapter 15 Visual Identification Evidence
Chapter 16 Entrapment
Chapter 17 Trials and Remedies
Appendix A: General Provisions
Appendix B: Criminal Justice Act 1984
Appendix C: Criminal Justice Act 1984 (Treatment of Persons in Custody in Garda Síochána Stations) Regulations 1987
Appendix D: Criminal Justice Act, 1984 (Electronic Recording of Interviews) Regulations 1997
Appendix E: Scheduled Offences
Appendix F: Drugs Offences
Appendix G: Organised Crime

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