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(1)A constable may arrest and detain an individual if—
(a)the Secretary of State has made an application to the court for a derogating control order to be made against that individual; and
(b)the constable considers that the individual's arrest and detention is necessary to ensure that he is available to be given notice of the order if it is made.
(2)A constable who has arrested an individual under this section must take him to the designated place that the constable considers most appropriate as soon as practicable after the arrest.
(3)An individual taken to a designated place under this section may be detained there until the end of 48 hours from the time of his arrest.
(4)If the court considers that it is necessary to do so to ensure that the individual in question is available to be given notice of any derogating control order that is made against him, it may, during the 48 hours following his arrest, extend the period for which the individual may be detained under this section by a period of no more than 48 hours.
(5)An individual may not be detained under this section at any time after—
(a)he has become bound by a derogating control order made against him on the Secretary of State's application; or
(b)the court has dismissed the application.
(6)A person who has the powers of a constable in one part of the United Kingdom may exercise the power of arrest under this section in that part of the United Kingdom or in any other part of the United Kingdom.
(7)An individual detained under this section—
(a)shall be deemed to be in legal custody throughout the period of his detention; and
(b)after having been taken to a designated place shall be deemed—
(i)in England and Wales, to be in police detention for the purposes of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (c. 60); and
(ii)in Northern Ireland, to be in police detention for the purposes of the Police and Criminal Evidence (Northern Ireland) Order 1989 (S.I. 1989/1341 (N.I. 12));
but paragraph (b) has effect subject to subsection (8).
(8)Paragraphs 1(6), 2, 6 to 9 and 16 to 19 of Schedule 8 to the Terrorism Act 2000 (c. 11) (powers and safeguards in the case of persons detained under section 41 of that Act) apply to an individual detained under this section as they apply to a person detained under section 41 of that Act, but with the following modifications—
(a)the omission of paragraph 2(2)(b) to (d) (which confers powers on persons specified by the Secretary of State, prison officers and examining officers);
(b)the omission of paragraph 8(2), (5) and (5A) (which relates to the postponement of a person's rights in England and Wales or Northern Ireland); and
(c)the omission of paragraphs 16(9) and 17(4) and (4A) (which make similar provision for Scotland).
(9)The power to detain an individual under this section includes power to detain him in a manner that is incompatible with his right to liberty under Article 5 of the Human Rights Convention if, and only if—
(a)there is a designated derogation in respect of the detention of individuals under this section in connection with the making of applications for derogating control orders; and
(b)that derogation and the designated derogation relating to the power to make the orders applied for are designated in respect of the same public emergency.
(10)In this section “designated place” means any place which the Secretary of State has designated under paragraph 1(1) of Schedule 8 to the Terrorism Act 2000 (c. 11) as a place at which persons may be detained under section 41 of that Act.
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