Amendments proposed to the Police and Justice Bill - continued House of Commons

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David Davis
Mr Nick Clegg
Mr Edward Garnier
Lynne Featherstone
Nick Herbert
Martin Horwood

104

*Page     105,     line     18     [Schedule     11],     leave out 'and Custody'.


   

David Davis
Mr Nick Clegg
Mr Edward Garnier
Lynne Featherstone
Nick Herbert
Martin Horwood

105

*Page     106,     line     7     [Schedule     11],     leave out 'and Custody'.

   

David Davis
Mr Nick Clegg
Mr Edward Garnier
Lynne Featherstone
Nick Herbert
Martin Horwood

106

*Page     106,     line     13     [Schedule     11],     leave out 'and Custody'.

   

David Davis
Mr Nick Clegg
Mr Edward Garnier
Lynne Featherstone
Nick Herbert
Martin Horwood

108

*Page     107,     line     18     [Schedule     11],     leave out 'and Custody'.

   

David Davis
Mr Nick Clegg
Mr Edward Garnier
Lynne Featherstone
Nick Herbert
Martin Horwood

109

*Page     107,     line     27     [Schedule     11],     leave out 'and Custody'.

   

David Davis
Mr Nick Clegg
Mr Edward Garnier
Lynne Featherstone
Nick Herbert
Martin Horwood

110

*Page     107,     line     32     [Schedule     11],     leave out 'and Custody'.


   

David Davis
Mr Nick Clegg
Mr Edward Garnier
Lynne Featherstone
Nick Herbert
Martin Horwood

111

*Page     108,     line     5     [Schedule     11],     leave out 'and Custody'.

   

David Davis
Mr Nick Clegg
Mr Edward Garnier
Lynne Featherstone
Nick Herbert
Martin Horwood

112

*Page     108,     line     18     [Schedule     11],     leave out 'and Custody'.


   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Nick Herbert
Michael Fabricant

114

*Page     125,     line     3     [Schedule     14],     at end insert—

        ' "(j) forum".'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Nick Herbert
Michael Fabricant

115

*Page     125,     line     5     [Schedule     14],     leave out '19A' and insert '19B'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Nick Herbert
Michael Fabricant

116

*Page     125,     line     23     [Schedule     14],     at end insert—

    '"19B   Forum

    (1)   If the conduct disclosed by the request was committed partly in the United Kingdom, the judge shall not order the extradition of the person unless it appears, in the light of all the circumstances, that it would be in the interests of justice that the person should be tried in the category 1 territory.

    (2)   In deciding whether extradition is in the interests of justice the judge shall take into account whether the competent UK authorities have decided to refrain from prosecuting the person whose surrender is sought for the conduct constituting the offence for which extradition is requested.".'.


   

Secretary John Reid

66

Page     133,     line     6     [Schedule     14],     leave out paragraph 15.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Nick Herbert
Michael Fabricant

117

*Page     133,     line     8     [Schedule     14],     at end insert—

      'Bars to extradition

    15A (4) Section 79 (bars to extradition) is amended as follows.

    (5) After subsection (1)(d) there is inserted—

        "(e) forum".

    (6) In subsection (2) "83" is omitted and "83A" inserted.

    (7) After section 83 there is inserted—

          "83A   Forum

          (1)   If the conduct constituting the offence was committed partly in the United Kingdom, the judge shall not order the extradition of the person unless it appears, in the light of all the circumstances, that it would be in the interests of justice that the person should be tried in the category 2 territory.

          (2)   In deciding whether extradition is in the interests of justice the judge shall take into account whether the competent UK authorities have decided to refrain from prosecuting the person whose surrender is sought for the conduct constituting the offence for which extradition is requested.".'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Nick Herbert
Michael Fabricant

118

*Page     133,     line     8     [Schedule     14],     at end insert—

      'Case where person has not been convicted

    15B  In section 84 (case where person has not been convicted) after subsection (7)(b) there is inserted—

                "(c)   The Secretary of State may not designate under this subsection if to do so would be inconsistent with any obligation set out in an extradition treaty or other extradition arrangements in force between the United Kingdom and a category 2 territory.".'.

   

Secretary John Reid

67

Page     133,     line     29     [Schedule     14],     at end insert—

      'Scotland: references to Secretary of State

      In section 141 (Scotland: references to Secretary of State), in subsection (2), after "Secretary of State" there is inserted "in paragraph (b) of section 70(2), in paragraph (c) of section 93(4) and".'.


   

Secretary John Reid

68

Page     134     [Schedule     14],     leave out from line 25 to line 11 on page 135.


   

Secretary John Reid

69

Page     137,     line     23     [Schedule     14],     at end insert—

      'Credit against sentence for periods of remand in custody of persons extradited to UK

      In section 101 of the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000 (c.6) (detention and training orders: term of order, taking account of remands, etc), after subsection (12) there is inserted—

          "(12A)   Section 243 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (persons extradited to the United Kingdom) applies in relation to a person sentenced to a detention and training order as it applies in relation to a fixed-term prisoner, with the reference in subsection (2) of that section to section 240 being read as a reference to subsection (8) above."

      In section 243 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (c.44) (persons extradited to the United Kingdom), in subsection (1), after "imposed" there is inserted "or he received that sentence".

     (1) Section 47 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 (c.53) (persons extradited to the United Kingdom) is amended as follows.

    (2) In subsection (1), after "imposed" there is inserted "or he received that sentence".

    (3) After subsection (3) there is inserted—

          "(3A)   This section applies in relation to a person sentenced to a detention and training order as it applies in relation to a short-term or long-term prisoner, and as it so applies—

          (a) the reference in subsection (2) above to section 67 of the 1967 Act shall be read as a reference to section 101(8) of the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000; and

          (b) the reference in that subsection to a relevant period shall be read as a reference to the period mentioned in the said section 101(8)."'.

   

Secretary John Reid

70

Page     137     [Schedule     14],     leave out lines 25 to 29.

   

Secretary John Reid

71

Page     137     [Schedule     14],     leave out from line 33 to line 6 on page 138.


   

Secretary John Reid

81

Page     139,     line     35     [Schedule     15],     at end insert—

     In section 37 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (duties of custody officer before charge), in subsection (7B)—

            (a)   for "released under subsection (7)(a)" there is substituted "dealt with under subsection (7)(a)";

            (b)   after "he is being released" there is inserted ", or (as the case may be) detained,".

     (1) Section 37B of that Act (consultation with the Director of Public Prosecutions) is amended as follows.

    (2) In subsection (1), for "released on bail under section 37(7)(a)" there is substituted "dealt with under section 37(7)(a)".

    (3) In subsection (4), for "shall give written notice" there is substituted "shall give notice".

    (4) After that subsection there is inserted—

          "(4A)   Notice under subsection (4) above shall be in writing, but in the case of a person kept in police detention under section 37(7)(a) above it may be given orally in the first instance and confirmed in writing subsequently."

    (5) In subsection (8), for paragraph (a) there is substituted—

          "(a) when he is in police detention at a police station (whether because he has returned to answer bail, because he is detained under section 37(7)(a) above or for some other reason), or"'.


   

Secretary John Reid

72

Page     144,     line     2     [Schedule     15],     at end insert—

      'Police Act 1997 (c.50)

    27A  In section 94 of the Police Act 1997 (authorisations given in absence of authorising officer), for paragraph (a) of subsection (4) (meaning of "designated deputy") there is substituted—

          "(a) in the case of an authorising officer within paragraph (a) of section 93(5), means—

          (i) the person who is the appropriate deputy chief constable for the purposes of section 12A(1) of the Police Act 1996, or

          (ii) the person holding the rank of assistant chief constable designated to act under section 12A(2) of that Act;".'.

 
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