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The power of arrest is a mandate given by a central authority that allows an individual to remove a criminal's (or suspected criminal's) liberty. The power of arrest can also be used to protect a person, or persons from harm or to protect damage to property. However, in many countries, a person also has powers of arrest under citizen's arrest or any person arrest, breach of the peace arrest powers.
Originally, powers of arrest were confined to sheriffs in England for a local area. Over the past few hundred years, the legal power of arrest has gradually expanded to include a large number of people/officials, the majority of which have come to the fore more recently. These various individuals all may utilise similar or different powers of arrest, but generally adhere to one particular field.
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Police in Australia have charged an Iraqi man with organizing a "people-smuggling venture" that led to more than 350 asylum-seekers drowning at sea. The ill-fated boat sank in international waters in 2001
Police in Australia have charged an Iraqi man with organizing a "people-smuggling venture" that led to more than 350 asylum-seekers drowning at sea. The ill-fated boat sank in international waters in 2001. This boat carrying 150 suspected asylum-seekers sank north of Christmas Island in 2012. Police allege he belonged to a syndicate that attempted to smuggle asylum-seekers into Australia on an Indonesian fishing boat in 2001. The vessel, known as Siev X, sank in international waters en route to Australia's Christmas Island, resulting in the deaths of more than 350 people - most of them women and children.
A citizen's arrest is an arrest made by a person who is not acting as a sworn law-enforcement official
A citizen's arrest is an arrest made by a person who is not acting as a sworn law-enforcement official. In common law jurisdictions, the practice dates back to medieval England and the English common law, in which sheriffs encouraged ordinary citizens to help apprehend law breakers. Despite the practice's name, in most countries, the arresting person is usually designated as a person with arrest powers, who need not be a citizen of the country in which they are acting.
Author: Lewis Heavens
Subcategory: Criminal Law
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 9 edition (February 17, 2005)
Pages: 254 pages
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