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(1)An enforcement officer may, without warrant, enter any place and may search any place (and any vehicle, vessel, container or other thing at that place)—
(a)where the officer reasonably believes a Games offence has been or is being committed, or
(b)which the officer reasonably believes has been or is being used in connection with a Games offence.
(2)An enforcement officer may take to a place entered by virtue of this section any other person, or any equipment, as may be reasonably required for the purposes of assisting the officer.
(3)An enforcement officer who enters a place in pursuance of this section must take reasonable steps to leave the place at least as effectively secured against unauthorised entry as the officer found it.
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