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(1)A constable may arrest without warrant the subject of any banning order, or temporary banning order, to which a power of arrest is attached if the constable—
(a)reasonably suspects the subject to be breaching, or to have breached, the order, and
(b)considers that there would, if the subject were not arrested, be a risk of the subject breaching the order again.
(2)The constable must—
(a)immediately inform the arrested person of the reason for the arrest, and
(b)take the arrested person as quickly as is reasonably practicable to a police station.
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