Police & Criminal Evidence ACT - Braille

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Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) Codes A to H in Braille

Cover of Braille edition of the police and criminal evidence act code of practice, code C, and close up of braille on a page of the document when opened.

Working with the Home Office to publish the PACE codes of Practice, TSO have recently had enquiries about the availability of the codes in braille. We are pleased to now be able to offer the PACE codes of practice in braille.

Currently the advice in the codes requires the visually impaired to ask for assistance in reading. This braille copy would mean that the offender could take responsibility for familiarising themselves with the code without the need to seek assistance from an officer.

The Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) and its Codes of Practice are a vital part of the legislative framework. PACE lays out police powers for combating crime while protecting the rights of the public.

These Codes of Practice must be readily available at all police stations for consultation by police officers, police staff, detained persons and members of the public. The notes for guidance included are not provisions of this code, but are guidance to police officers and others about its application and interpretation.

The braille used for these titles is embossed using British Grade 2 braille code. Pages use doublesided embossing on 120 gsm white A4. The front-cover is a combination colour print and braille. These documents are bound using a plastic comb, allowing the document to be laid flat for reading when opened.

The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) - CODE C in Braille: Revised Code of Practice for the Detention, Treatment and Questioning of Persons by Police Officers

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The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) - CODE A in Braille: Code of Practice for the Exercise by: Police Officers of Statutory Powers of Stop and Search Police Officers and Police Staff of Requirements to Record Public Encounters

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The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) - CODE B in Braille: Code of Practice for Searches of Premises by Police Officers and the Seizure of Property Found by Police Officers on Persons or Premises

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Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) - CODE D in Braille: Code of Practice for the Identification of Persons by Police Officers

The Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) and its Codes of Practice are a vital part of the legislative framework that lays out police powers for combating crime. PACE Code D governs the exercise by police of statutory powers to identify persons. This code has effect from 7 March 2011....more

The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) - CODE E in Braille: Code of Practice on Audio Recording Interviews with Suspects

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The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) - CODE F in Braille: Code of Practice on Visual Recording with Sound of Interviews with Suspects

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Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) - CODE G in Braille: Revised Code of Practice for the Statutory Power of Arrest by Police Officers

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