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Police Powers for Designated Staff (Complaints and Misconduct) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2008

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2.  On [date] at [time] at [place] there was—

(a)on your person,

(b)in or on your clothing/footwear,

(c)in your possession, or

(d)in the place where you were at that time,

a [state the object/substance/mark].

I believe the presence of this [state the object/substance/mark] may be due to your having breached the code of ethics applying to persons designated under section 30, 30A or 31 of the Police (Northern Ireland) Act 2003.

You do not have to say anything about [state the object/substance/mark], but I must caution you that if you fail or refuse to account for [state the object/substance/mark] then your failure or refusal may be treated in any subsequent misconduct proceedings as supporting any relevant evidence against you. If you do say anything it may be given in evidence at such misconduct proceedings.

I now ask you to account for [state the object/substance/mark]. Have you anything you wish to say?

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