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Police procedures and criminal evidence code of practice amendment

DepartmentStrategic Policy, Planning and Performance
Start date01/07/2019
End date12/07/2019
Type of consultationOther
Deadline for comments12/07/2019

About the consultation

​The Minister for Home Affairs is intending to amend Code C in the Schedule to the Police Procedures and Criminal Evidence (Codes of Practice) (Jersey) Order 2004. 

This Amendment will ensure that, in any provision of the Codes which requires police officers or police staff to make a record in their pocket book, the reference to pocket book includes any official report book or electronic recording device issued to them that enables the record in question to be made and dealt with in accordance with that provision.

This ensures that the Codes are consistent with the practice of police officers using mobile technology as part of their operational duties. 

Police procedures and criminal evidence codes of practice amendments

How to submit comments to the consultation

You can email the Justice and Home Affairs department with your questions and representations regarding the intended amendment or in write to the Minister’s Private Secretary, 19-21 Broad Street, St Helier, JE2 3RR until 5pm on Friday 12 July 2019. 

Paper copies of the draft Order can be requested from the reception at 19-21 Broad Street.

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