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Policing and Crime Act 2009

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Part 1 Police reform

    1. Public accountability

      1. 1.Duty of police authorities in relation to public accountability

    2. Appointment of senior officers

      1. 2.Police Senior Appointments Panel

      2. 3.Regulations about senior officers

      3. 4.Metropolitan police force appointments

    3. Police co-operation

      1. 5.Police collaboration

      2. 6.Authorisations to interfere with property etc

      3. 7.Authorisations for obtaining and disclosing communications data

      4. 8.Authorisations of covert human intelligence sources: conditions

      5. 9.Authorisations for surveillance etc

      6. 10.Police officers engaged on service outside their force etc

      7. 11.Police equipment

      8. 12.Police procedures and practices

      9. 13.Police facilities and services

  3. Part 2 Sexual offences and sex establishments

    1. Prostitution

      1. 14.Paying for sexual services of a prostitute subjected to force etc: England and Wales

      2. 15.Paying for sexual services of a prostitute subjected to force etc: Northern Ireland

      3. 16.Amendment to offence of loitering etc for purposes of prostitution

      4. 17.Orders requiring attendance at meetings

      5. 18.Rehabilitation of offenders: orders under section 1(2A) of the Street Offences Act 1959

      6. 19.Soliciting: England and Wales

      7. 20.Soliciting: Northern Ireland

    2. Closure orders: sexual offences

      1. 21.Closure orders

    3. Orders imposed on sex offenders

      1. 22.Time limits

      2. 23.Foreign travel orders: grounds

      3. 24.Foreign travel orders: duration

      4. 25.Foreign travel orders: surrender of passports

    4. Indecent photographs of children

      1. 26.Penalty for contravening notice relating to encrypted information

    5. Sex establishments

      1. 27.Regulation of lap dancing and other sexual entertainment venues etc

  4. Part 3 Alcohol misuse

    1. 28.Selling alcohol to children

    2. 29.Confiscating alcohol from young persons

    3. 30.Offence of persistently possessing alcohol in a public place

    4. 31.Directions to individuals who represent a risk of disorder

    5. 32.Mandatory licensing conditions relating to alcohol

    6. 33.Individual members of licensing authorities to be interested parties

  5. Part 4 Injunctions: gang-related violence

    1. Power to grant injunctions

      1. 34.Injunctions to prevent gang-related violence

    2. Contents of injunctions

      1. 35.Contents of injunctions

      2. 36.Contents of injunctions: supplemental

    3. Applications

      1. 37.Applications for injunctions under section 34

      2. 38.Consultation by applicants for injunctions

      3. 39.Applications without notice

    4. Interim injunctions

      1. 40.Interim injunctions: adjournment of on notice hearing

      2. 41.Interim injunctions: adjournment of without notice hearing

    5. Variation and discharge

      1. 42.Variation or discharge of injunctions

    6. Arrest and remand

      1. 43.Arrest without warrant

      2. 44.Issue of warrant of arrest

      3. 45.Remand for medical examination and report

      4. 46.Further provision about remands

    7. Miscellaneous

      1. 47.Guidance

      2. 48.Supplemental

      3. 49.Interpretation

      4. 50.Review of operation of this Part

  6. Part 5 Proceeds of crime

    1. Confiscation

      1. 51.Recovery of expenses etc

      2. 52.Power to retain seized property: England and Wales

      3. 53.Power to retain seized property: Scotland

      4. 54.Power to retain seized property: Northern Ireland

      5. 55.Search and seizure of property: England and Wales

      6. 56.Search and seizure of property: Scotland

      7. 57.Search and seizure of property: Northern Ireland

      8. 58.Power to sell seized personal property: England and Wales

      9. 59.Power to sell seized personal property: Scotland

      10. 60.Power to sell seized personal property: Northern Ireland

      11. 61.Payment of compensation

    2. Civil recovery

      1. 62.Limitation

      2. 63.Power to search vehicles

      3. 64.Detention of seized cash

      4. 65.Forfeiture of detained cash

    3. Detained cash investigations

      1. 66.Transfer of jurisdiction to Crown Court

  7. Part 6 Extradition

    1. Alerts

      1. 67.Article 26 alerts

      2. 68.Article 95 alerts

    2. Deferral of extradition

      1. 69.Extradition to category 1 territory

      2. 70.Extradition to category 2 territory

      3. 71.Person charged with offence or serving sentence of imprisonment

    3. Return to overseas territory

      1. 72.Return from category 1 territory

      2. 73.Return from category 2 territory

    4. Extradition to UK

      1. 74.Return to extraditing territory etc

      2. 75.Cases in which sentence treated as served

      3. 76.Dealing with person for other offences

    5. Ancillary matters

      1. 77.Provisional arrest

      2. 78.Use of live link in extradition proceedings

  8. Part 7 Aviation security

    1. 79.Security planning for airports

    2. 80.Policing at airports

  9. Part 8 Miscellaneous

    1. Chapter 1 Safeguarding vulnerable groups and criminal records

      1. Renaming of Independent Barring Board

        1. 81.Renaming of Independent Barring Board

      2. Safeguarding vulnerable groups: England and Wales

        1. 82.Educational establishments: check on members of governing body

        2. 83.Monitoring application

        3. 84.Monitoring: additional fees

        4. 85.Vetting information

        5. 86.Notification of cessation of monitoring

        6. 87.Notification of proposal to include person in barred list

        7. 88.Provision of safeguarding information to the police

        8. 89.Barring process

      3. Safeguarding vulnerable groups: Northern Ireland

        1. 90.Notification of proposal to include person in barred list: Northern Ireland

        2. 91.Provision of safeguarding information to the police: Northern Ireland

        3. 92.Barring process: Northern Ireland

      4. Criminal records etc

        1. 93.Criminal conviction certificates to be given to employers

        2. 94.Certificates of criminal records etc: right to work information

        3. 95.Criminal conviction certificates: verification of identity

        4. 96.Registered persons

        5. 97.Criminal records: applications

    2. Chapter 2 Other

      1. Border controls

        1. 98.General information powers in relation to persons entering or leaving the UK

        2. 99.Powers in relation to cash

        3. 100.Lawful interception of postal items by Revenue and Customs

        4. 101.Prohibition on importation or exportation of false identity documents etc

        5. 102.Prohibition on importation of offensive weapons

      2. Football spectators

        1. 103.Prohibiting attendance at matches in Scotland and Northern Ireland etc

        2. 104.Requirements to report at police stations

        3. 105.Enforcement of 1989 Act in Scotland and Northern Ireland

        4. 106.Enforcement of 2006 Act in England and Wales and Northern Ireland

        5. 107.Relevant offences for purposes of Part 2 of 1989 Act

      3. Other

        1. 108.Strategies for crime reduction etc: probation authorities

        2. 109.Application of aspects of UK law to SOCA employees working abroad

        3. 110.Partial exemption for SCDEA from Firearms Act 1968

        4. 111.Removal of limitation on warrants under Misuse of Drugs Act 1971

  10. Part 9 General

    1. 112.Minor and consequential amendments and repeals and revocations

    2. 113.Transitional, transitory and saving provision

    3. 114.Financial provisions

    4. 115.Extent

    5. 116.Commencement

    6. 117.Short title

    1. Schedule 1

      Schedule to the Street Offences Act 1959

    2. Schedule 2

      Closure orders

    3. Schedule 3

      Lap dancing and other sexual entertainment venues etc: transitional provision

    4. Schedule 4

      Mandatory licensing conditions relating to alcohol

      1. Part 1 Premises licences

      2. Part 2 Club premises certificates

    5. Schedule 5

      Injunctions: powers to remand

    6. Schedule 6

      Amendment of Part 3 of the Aviation Security Act 1982

      1. Part 1 Amendments

      2. Part 2 Transitional and saving provision

    7. Schedule 7

      Minor and consequential amendments

      1. Part 1 Police collaboration

      2. Part 2 Police authorisations in respect of communications data

      3. Part 3 Sexual offences and sex establishments

      4. Part 4 Alcohol misuse other than mandatory licensing conditions

      5. Part 5 Mandatory licensing conditions relating to alcohol

      6. Part 6 Proceeds of crime: confiscation

      7. Part 7 Proceeds of crime: forfeiture of detained cash

      8. Part 8 Proceeds of crime: detained cash investigations

      9. Part 9 Extradition

      10. Part 10 Criminal records

      11. Part 11 Border controls

      12. Part 12 Football spectators

      13. Part 13 Redundant provisions etc

    8. Schedule 8

      Repeals and revocations

      1. Part 1 Appointment of senior police officers

      2. Part 2 Sexual offences

      3. Part 3 Alcohol misuse

      4. Part 4 Proceeds of crime: confiscation

      5. Part 5 Proceeds of crime: detained cash investigations

      6. Part 6 Extradition

      7. Part 7 Security planning at airports

      8. Part 8 Safeguarding vulnerable groups and criminal records

      9. Part 9 Border control powers in relation to cash

      10. Part 10 Offensive weapons

      11. Part 11 Football spectators

      12. Part 12 Misuse of Drugs Act 1971: warrants

      13. Part 13 Redundant provisions

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