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Police Service Act 2003 (No. 75 of 2003)
Requested:  19 Dec 2014
Consolidated as at:  21 Feb 2012

14. Ancillary constables

      (1) The Commissioner may appoint persons as ancillary constables for any event or purpose if of the opinion that it is necessary or convenient to do so.

      (2) An appointment as an ancillary constable –

(a) is for a period and within an area the Commissioner determines or as specified in the instrument of appointment; and

(b) is subject to any terms and conditions the Commissioner determines or as specified in the instrument of appointment; and

(c) is subject to any restrictions the Commissioner determines or as specified in the instrument of appointment.

      (3) An ancillary constable is not a police officer but, subject to any restrictions the Commissioner determines or as specified in the instrument of appointment, has the powers and duties of a police officer with the rank of constable.

      (4) The Commissioner may suspend or terminate the appointment of an ancillary constable for any reason the Commissioner considers appropriate.



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