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Records of searches

    (1)     As soon as possible after completing a search, the person who conducted the search must record in writing details of the search, including the grounds on which the search was conducted, the time and place of the search, the name (if known) of the person who was searched and the result of the search.

S. 101H(2) amended by Nos 37/2014 s. 10(Sch. item 65.10), 68/2016 s. 98(1).

    (2)     The Chief Commissioner of Police must ensure that a copy of every record created by a police officer under this section is given to the chief executive officer as soon as is practicable after the creation of the record.

S. 101H(3) amended by Nos 68/2016 s. 98(2), 35/2019 s. 8(10).

    (3)     The chief executive officer must give a person who has been searched under section 101G a copy of the record of the search without charge if asked to do so by the person within one year after the date of the search.

S. 101I inserted by No. 108/2003 s. 9, amended by No. 68/2016 s. 99.

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