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Puncturing the notion of ‘no suspicion’ searches under s.60 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994

The police use of ‘no suspicion’ searches in England and Wales continues to prompt controversy and lengthy debate; independent policing consultant Geoff Monaghan, and former Metropolitan Police detective, takes a detailed look at the background to the power, the conditions for its use, and why the terms ‘no suspicion’ and ‘suspicionless’ are potentially in themselves inappropriate.

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