Tag Archive: police

De-Arrest

De-Arrest An important matter which has come to our attention is that police officers have been stating that if a private citizen arrests another person (or a police officer) the police have the power to “de-arrest” them.  No such concept exists in British law! It has the same meaning and validity as claiming one could “de-punch” a person after hitting them! It simply cannot happen. ANY police officer who claims they can de-arrest someone is committing fraud, Malfeasance and Misfeasance and…
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Breach of the Peace UK Definition

Breach of the Peace UK Definition An individual arrested to prevent a breach of the peace does not have to be taken before a court. There is no power to continue the person’s detention beyond the time where a recurrence or renewal of the breach of the peace is likely. The danger in any kind of activism is that the police step in to a legitimate situation and either misguidedly or for their own hidden agenda, start arresting people (or…
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