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(1)An enforcement officer may take such reasonable steps as the officer considers appropriate—
(a)for the purpose of preventing or ending the commission of a Games offence, or
(b)in connection with proceedings, or anticipated proceedings, in respect of a Games offence.
(2)Such steps may include seizing, concealing or destroying anything which the officer reasonably believes to be an infringing article (but see section 23).
(3)An “infringing article” is—
(a)an article used in connection with the commission of a Games offence, or
(b)a receptacle used as a container for such an article.
(4)An enforcement officer may be assisted by any other person as may be reasonably required for the purposes of taking action under this section.
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