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Policing and Crime Act 2009

Paragraph 11 of Schedule 6: Supplementary Orders

507.Section 30 of the ASA provides the Secretary of State with a power to make orders in connection with an aerodrome becoming, or ceasing to be, a designated aerodrome. In practice, orders made under this section have principally been used to effect the transfer of private forces to local Home Office constabularies and to make associated arrangements. There will no longer be provision for the Secretary of State to designate an aerodrome and it is not considered necessary for section 30 to be retained. It is therefore repealed by paragraph 11 of Schedule 6. A saving provision for orders made under this section is contained at paragraph 15 of Schedule 6.

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