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The Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 introduces wide-ranging and important changes to a variety of existing crime fighting powers and regimes. It creates the new Serious Organised Crime Agency, broadens various law enforcement powers, and makes significant, and in some cases, controversial, amendments to existing legislation. These changes and new regimes will be important for law enforcement agencies and criminal practitioners alike.
This Current Law Statute Guide includes the full text of the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 with detailed section by section annotations and an introductory note. The guide will enable all of those concerned with the criminal justice system to familiarise themselves with the Act, the new powers and duties it creates and how it amends existing legislation. The Act's provisions include:-