By Leo Jason-Lloyd, Leonard Jason-Lloyd
The publication is an advent to policing and police powers, designed for the newbie who desires to research the topic as much as measure point or the identical. It covers the policing and police powers points of LLB constitutional legislations and civil liberties, in addition to for felony justice classes at post-graduate in addition to undergraduate point. Practitioners, even if within the criminal occupation should still locate that this booklet will supply them a short seize of this topic region. The e-book adopts a step-by-step process and endeavours to provide an explanation for the problems truly, assisted through move charts and diagrams.
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Although there was provision originally under s 106 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and, more recently, under s 96 of the Police Act 1996 for consultations between the police and local consultative groups, there has never been an actual police authority for the Metropolis of London compared to those that exist in other parts of England and Wales. Therefore, under s 106 of the 1984 Act and then s 96 of the 1996 Act, special provision was made whereby the Home Secretary shall issue guidance to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner in respect of obtaining the views of the community on policing the capital.
Since then, the ‘specials’, as they are commonly termed, have achieved notable places within the history of the modern police service. For example, in 1848, the largest single enrolment of special constables occurred in response to fears of serious disorder arising from the Chartist movement. This resulted in no fewer than 170,000 specials being deployed in central London. The anticipated trouble was averted, since the number of specials outnumbered the protestors by over three to one. It was during both World Wars that the specials particularly excelled and often formed the bulwark of operational policing throughout many parts of the country.
INTRODUCTION One of the main reasons why so much interest has been generated in the study of police powers in modern times is that increasing numbers of the wider populace are beginning to question the exercise of such authority. Indeed, some go further and actually challenge the legitimacy of such powers and the way they are exercised. This was done in a particularly violent manner during the 1980s, when it became evident, through a spate of serious disorder in this country, that certain sections of the public were seriously questioning the manner and form in which some police powers were being employed.