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PACE, the Police and Criminal Evidence Act is essential to the police. The 1984 Act deals with the contacts between the police and public in the exercise of police powers to stop and search, and search premises. It also deals with the treatment, questioning and identification of suspects and the tape-recording of interviews.
Like other publications in ""The Point of Law"" series, this text provides a clear explanation of PACE in plain English. The complete original text of the Act is reproduced along with a commentary to make this legislation more accessible. The book also includes a brief account of the background to the Act, along with an analysis of the key issues and procedures the Act introduces.