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Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 84 2013 Police and Investigatory Powers Part 1

The Halsbury’s Laws Police and Investigatory Powers title deals with the provision of police forces in England and Wales, and the exercise of police and investigatory powers.

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The Halsbury’s Laws Police and Investigatory Powers title deals with the provision of police forces in England and Wales, and the exercise of police and investigatory powers.   

The Police and Investigatory Powers title is available in two parts. Volumes 84 and 84A comprise the title in full.

Companion titles to Police and Investigatory Powers include Vols 27 and 28: Criminal Procedure; and Vol 85: Prisons and Prisoners.

The law is stated as at 1 May 2013, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

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Table of contents

Contents
1. The Office of Constable
2. The Preservation of the Queen’s Peace
3. Police Administration
4. Police Organisation
5. Exercise of Police Powers by Civilians
6. Serious Organised Crime Agency
7. Exercise of Investigatory Powers