(1) A warrant for the arrest or detention of a person under this part must be—(a) in the approved form; and(b) addressed to an enforcement officer; and(c) signed by the judge or magistrate presiding in the court which orders the arrest or detention.
(2) Pending the court’s decision, a person who is arrested under a warrant must be held in prison or in any other custody that is satisfactory to the enforcement officer.
(3) The enforcement officer may ask a police officer to help in the exercise of the enforcement officer’s powers under the warrant.
(4) The police officer must give the enforcement officer the reasonable help the enforcement officer requires, if it is practicable to give the help.
(5) The enforcement officer or a police officer may deliver the respondent to the person in charge of any prison and the person must receive and keep the respondent in custody until the court or the enforcement officer directs otherwise.