A draft Police Bill is proposing that a police officer or special constable will be able to search a crime scene and seize potential evidence without a warrant.
The proposed law says a police officer or special constable may search any person, animal, vehicle or vessel at the crime scene or in the immediate vicinity of such crime scene.
Any person who fails to comply with this could be sent to prison for up to five years.
It also says that it will be lawful for any police officer or special constable to use reasonable force on any person who fails to comply.
The draft Police Bill also says any police officer or any other authorized police employee may seize, without warrant, any electronic storage device which is found in any crime scene or in the possession of any person detained or arrested or anywhere in any public place.
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