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The e-book is an creation to policing and police powers, designed for the newbie who desires to research the topic as much as measure point or the an identical. It covers the policing and police powers facets of LLB constitutional legislation and civil liberties, in addition to for legal justice classes at post-graduate in addition to undergraduate point. Practitioners, even if within the felony career may still locate that this e-book will provide them a brief grab of this topic zone. The ebook adopts a step-by-step procedure and endeavours to provide an explanation for the problems essentially, assisted by way of movement charts and diagrams.

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There is also provision for the Home Secretary to act on his own volition, presumably in times of emergency, where he may direct a police force within another part of the UK to provide such assistance. In other words, police officers from Northern Ireland can be called upon to reinforce the police in any part of England, Wales or Scotland, or police in Scotland can be asked to provide mutual aid to any police force in England and Wales or to Northern Ireland, and the police in England and Wales can be called upon to provide assistance to the police in Northern Ireland or to any force in Scotland.

Many functions of the police authorities remain as they did prior to the Police Act 1996, which include the overall duty to secure the maintenance of an effective and efficient police force by, among other things, acting as its paymaster in terms of local expenditure and controlling the police budget. Police authorities also appoint chief constables and assistant chief constables (the latter in consultation with the chief constable), and may require any of them to retire, although these decisions can be vetoed by the Home Secretary, who can also require a police authority to retire a chief constable on his own initiative.

See R v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis ex p Blackburn (No 1) (1968) and R v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis ex p Blackburn (No 3) (1973). 11 An Introduction to Policing and Police Powers the Home Secretary retained his role as the police authority for the Metropolis of London, assisted by the transitional Metropolitan Police Committee. Even though the new authority has commenced its duties, the Home Secretary is still in a position to exert some influence regarding the policing of the capital.

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