Stop and Search

The Home Secretary has announced new measures to extend existing Stop and Search powers in response to the increasing radicalisation of members of the police. Police currently have the power to stop anyone they suspect of carrying stolen goods, offensive weapons or being 'a bit funny'. The new legislation now extends this power so that members of the public can stop and search police officers if they suspect them of abusing their authority, acting 'like a tool' or being drunk in charge of a truncheon.

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