unit 36 Essay

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unit 36
1, The overall objective of the police is to provide the best possible service to all members of the community who require their services, whether that be as a victim of crime, because of an accident or personal crisis or simply for advice. There aim is to provide you with the same level of service, as they would expect for themselves. 1 The mission of the police is to make communities safer by upholding the law fairly and firmly, preventing crime and antisocial behavior, keeping the peace, protecting and reassuring communities, investigating crime and bringing offenders to justice.
Stop and search: police powers
A police officer has powers to stop and search you if they have ‘reasonable grounds’ to suspect you’re carrying: illegal drugs a weapon stolen property something which could be used to commit a crime
You can only be stopped and searched without reasonable grounds if it has been approved by a senior police officer. This can happen if it is suspected that: serious violence could take place you’re carrying a weapon or have used one you’re in a specific location or area
Before you’re searched
Before you’re searched the police officer must tell you: their name and police station what they expect to find the reason they want to search you why they are legally allowed to search you that you can have a record of the search and if this isn’t possible at the time, how you can get a copy.

The army's primary task is to help defend the interests of the UK. This may involve service overseas as part of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) or any other multi-national deployment. Soldiers may also be deployed on United Nations (UN) operations and used to help in other emergencies.2 there are many different missions for the army these are only a few examples3
Peacetime Security: To provide forces needed in peacetime to ensure the protection and security of the Untied Kingdom, to assist as required with the evacuation of British nationals overseas, to afford Military Aid to the Civil Authorities in the United Kingdom, including Military Aid to the Civil Power, Military Aid to Other Government Departments and Military Aid to the Civil Community.
Support to Wider British Interests: To provide forces to conduct activities to promote British interests, influence and standing abroad.
Defense Diplomacy: To provide forces to meet the varied activities undertaken by the Ministry of Defense to dispel hostility, build and maintain trust, and assist in the development of democratically accountable armed forces.
Strategic Attack on NATO: To provide, within the expected warning and readiness preparation times, the forces required to counter a strategic attack against NATO. the main purpose of the armed forces act 2011 is to
"To continue the Armed Forces Act 2006; to amend that Act and other enactments relating to the armed forces and the Ministry of Defense Police; to amend the Visiting Forces Act 1952; to enable judge advocates to sit in civilian courts; to repeal the Naval Medical Compassionate Fund Act 1915; and for connected purposes."

2,the main roles and responsibilities of the police are to uphold and enforce the law impartially, and to protect life, liberty, property, human rights, and dignity of the members of the public. promote and reserve public order to protect internal security, to prevent and control terrorist activities, breaches of communal harmony, militant activities and other situations affecting Internal Security to prevent crimes, and reduce the opportunities for crimes through their own preventive action and measures as well as by aiding and cooperating with other agencies in implementing due measures for 2 prevention of crimes. those are only some but in my opinion they are some of the most important compared to some such as to facilitate orderly movement of people and vehicles, and to control and regulate traffic on roads and motorways in saying that all roles and responsibilities are…