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73—Powers when patient transport request issued

If a South Australian authorised officer or an interstate authorised officer believes on reasonable grounds that a person is the person in respect of whom a patient transport request has been issued under this Division, the officer may, for the purpose of the person's transport to an interstate treatment centre or South Australian treatment centre (as the case requires)—

            (a)         exercise the powers of an authorised officer under Part 9; and

            (b)         if the officer is a police officer (however described) in South Australia or another jurisdiction—exercise the powers of a police officer under Part 9,

(and the provisions of Part 9, including section 60, will apply for the purpose with necessary modifications).

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