Police powers on arrest                To explain the arrest process       To know your rights during the arrest processTo...
Help! I’ve just been arrested!Each person has a piece of information, you will need to trade your info with eachother to a...
What do you think?•Is the arrest process fair?•Are your rights respectedduring the process?•Where might they beviolated?•I...
Do you think 14 days is enough/too much?Why would some people want to give the            police more time?
6 markIdentify & explain3 reasonablereasons for arrest12 markPresent a case forAND against 42-day detention ofterror suspe...
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    1. 1. Police powers on arrest To explain the arrest process To know your rights during the arrest processTo form an opinion on how fair you think the arrest process is
    2. 2. Help! I’ve just been arrested!Each person has a piece of information, you will need to trade your info with eachother to answer the Qs fully
    3. 3. What do you think?•Is the arrest process fair?•Are your rights respectedduring the process?•Where might they beviolated?•If you were to complainabout any part of theprocess what would it be?
    4. 4. Do you think 14 days is enough/too much?Why would some people want to give the police more time?
    5. 5. 6 markIdentify & explain3 reasonablereasons for arrest12 markPresent a case forAND against 42-day detention ofterror suspects

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