Amendments proposed to the Criminal Justice and Police Bill - continued House of Commons

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Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

225

Clause     46,     page     36,     line     14,     leave out paragraph (b).

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

226

Clause     46,     page     36,     line     29,     leave out 'three' and insert 'six'.

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

227

Clause     46,     page     36,     line     34,     after 'Kingdom', insert 'other than the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man'.


   

Mr Simon Hughes
Jackie Ballard

206

Clause     47,     page     37,     line     19,     leave out from second 'of' to end of line 20 and insert 'a circuit judge'.

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

228

Clause     47,     page     37,     line     20,     at end insert—

    '(3B) Information to which this section applies shall not be disclosed by virtue of this section unless the Commissioners by whom or with whose authority it is disclosed are satisfied—

    (a) that it will be used solely for the purpose of the criminal investigation or criminal proceedings in respect of which it is disclosed; and

    (b) that it will be destroyed, or returned to the Commissioners, once the criminal investigation or criminal proceedings in respect of which it is disclosed are complete.'.

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

229

Clause     47,     page     37,     line     20,     at end insert—

    '(3A) The authority of the Commissioners referred to in subsection (3) shall only be given in relation to information held by them which is identified specifically when the authority is given, and may not be given generally, or on a permanent basis, in respect of information held by them which relates to any particular person or persons.'.

   

Mr Simon Hughes
Jackie Ballard

207

Clause     47,     page     37,     line     40,     at end insert:—

    '(9) For the purposes of subsection (3) a judge shall only authorise such a disclosure if he is satisfied that there is reasonable suspicion that a criminal offence has been committed and that the disclosure is likely to be of substantial value (whether by itself or together with other material) to the investigation of an offence.'.


   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

230

Clause     48,     page     38,     line     2,     leave out from 'offences' to '; or' in line 4 and insert 'under the law of any one part of the United Kingdom'.


   

Mr Simon Hughes
Jackie Ballard

208

Clause     49,     page     39,     line     17,     at end insert—

    '(f) the views of the owner or person who has lawful control of the property or material to be seized.'.

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

231

Clause     49,     page     39,     line     17,     at end insert—

    '(f) in the case of material held in electronic form, whether it would be reasonably practicable for the material to be copied on those premises.'

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

232

Clause     49,     page     39,     line     18,     leave out subsection (4).


   

Mr Charles Clarke

199

Schedule     2,     page     110,     line     29,     leave out 'section 7(2)' and insert 'sections 7(2) and 8(1)'.

   

Mr Charles Clarke

200

Schedule     2,     page     110,     line     31,     after 'offence' insert 'or of an offence punishable in Scotland by imprisonment'.

   

Mr Charles Clarke

170

Schedule     2,     page     111,     line     37,     leave out '9(2)' and insert '5(2)'.

   

Mr Charles Clarke

201

Schedule     2,     page     112,     line     28,     leave out '19, 28 and 31' and insert 'and 19'

   

Mr Charles Clarke

188

Schedule     2,     page     112,     line     35,     at end insert—

'Homes Act 2001 (c. 00)

    . The power of seizure conferred by paragraph 7(3) of Schedule 1 to the Homes Act 2001.'

   

Mr Charles Clarke

202

Schedule     2,     page     113,     line     35,     leave out '19, 28 and 31' and insert 'and 19'


   

Mr Simon Hughes
Jackie Ballard

209

Clause     50,     page     40,     line     33,     at end insert—

    '(f) the views of the owner or person who has lawful control of the property or material to be seized.'.

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

233

Clause     50,     page     40,     line     34,     leave out subsection (4).


   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

234

Clause     51,     page     41,     line     22,     leave out 'to' and insert 'within'.

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

235

Clause     51,     page     41,     line     22,     leave out 'to' and insert 'within, or on the exterior of,'.

   

Mr Charles Clarke

191

Clause     51,     page     41,     line     39,     after 'instrument' insert ', after consultation with the Scottish Ministers,'.


   

Mr Simon Hughes
Jackie Ballard

210

Clause     52,     page     42,     line     5,     leave out 'secure that there are arrangements in force which (subject to section 60)'.

   

Mr Simon Hughes
Jackie Ballard

211

Clause     52,     page     42,     line     18,     at end insert 'and that no copies are made of the property'.

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

236

Clause     52,     page     42,     line     28,     leave out from 'property' to second 'the' and insert 'all reasonable steps shall be taken to ensure that'.

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

237

Clause     52,     page     42,     line     30,     after 'property', insert 'has'.

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

238

Clause     52,     page     42,     line     31,     at end insert—

    '(4A) Where the initial examination of the seized property has been conducted without the presence of—

    (a) the person from whom it was seized (or his representative), or

    (b) a person with an interest in that property (or his representative),

    the person for the time being in possession of the property shall give written notice of the reasons why the examination was conducted without the presence of that person or his representative, unless that person has declined the opportunity to be present at the examination.'.


   

Mr Simon Hughes
Jackie Ballard

212

Clause     53,     page     42,     line     49,     at end insert 'and that any copies of the property are destroyed.'.


   

Mr Simon Hughes
Jackie Ballard

213

Clause     54,     page     43,     line     34,     at end add 'and that any copies of the property are destroyed.'.


   

Mr Charles Clarke

169

Clause     56,     page     45,     line     43,     at end insert—

    '( ) paragraph 7(2) of Schedule 3 to the Freedom of Information Act 2000.'.


   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

239

Clause     58,     page     46,     line     45,     at end insert—

    '(2A) An application made under subsection (2) shall be heard by the appropriate judicial authority within 48 hours of it being made.'.

   

Mr Charles Clarke

174

Clause     58,     page     47,     line     3,     after first 'is' insert 'or contains'.

   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

240

Clause     58,     page     47,     line     20,     after 'return', insert 'within such reasonable period of time as the authority shall specify'.


   

Mr Charles Clarke

192

Clause     59,     page     49,     line     10,     at beginning insert 'in relation to England, Wales and Northern Ireland,'.

   

Mr Charles Clarke

193

Clause     59,     page     49,     line     11,     after 'satisfied;' insert—

    '( ) in relation to Scotland, the condition set out in subsection (2) is satisfied;'.

   

Mr Charles Clarke

175

Clause     59,     page     49,     line     14,     after first 'is' insert 'or contains'.


   

Miss Ann Widdecombe
Mr Oliver Heald
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr James Gray

241

Clause     60,     page     50,     line     29,     at end insert—

    '(1A) The duty to secure that arises under this section is also a duty of the person for the time being having possession, in consequence of the seizure, of the seized property to secure that arrangements are in force that ensure that any material (including any documents, photographs and material in electronic form) in the possession of any person that has been created as a consequence of the seizure of the seized property prior to the giving of the notice of the application under section 59(1) is not at any time—

    (a) further examined or copied, or

    (b) put to any other use,

    except with the consent of the applicant or in accordance with the direction of the appropriate judicial authority.'.

 
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