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Joint Committee On Human Rights - Fifteenth Report

Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Lords and the House of Commons to be printed 18 March 2002.


CONTENTS


Terms of Reference

REPORT ON THE POLICE REFORM BILL: FURTHER REPORT

Background

The Objectives of the Police Reform Bill

Part 2 of the Bill: Complaints and Misconduct

Covert and intrusive surveillance

The duty to involve complainants in the process

Part 3: Removal, Suspension and Disciplining of Police Officers

Article 6(1) of the ECHR

Accrued pension entitlements and ECHR Protocol 1, Article 1

Conduct of disciplinary proceedings and ECHR Article 6(1)

Part 4, Chapter 1 of the Bill: Exercise of Police Powers etc. by Civilians

Conditions for the exercise of powers: 'reason to believe'

Part 4, Chapter 2 of the Bill: Provisions Modifying and Supplementing Police Powers

New arrestable offences

Proposed new offence of failing to give one's name and address in relation to anti-social behaviour

Independent custody visitors

Review of detention of detainees who are asleep

Powers relating to the taking of specimens of blood

Seizure of motor vehicles

Extending the use of anti-social behaviour orders

Power of the British Transport Police to remove truants

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE RELATING TO THE REPORT


APPENDICES


 
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