Section 99 sections 1/2/4 .. GO!
- A police officer may, without a warrent, arrest a person if:
- A - the person is in the act of committing an offence under any act or statutory instrument, or
- B - the person has just committed any such offence, or
- c- the person has committed a serious indictable offence for which the person has not been tried
2 - A police officer may, without a warrent, arrest a person if the police officer suspects on reasonable grounds that the person has committed an offence under any act or statutory instrument.
4 - A police officer who arrests a person under this section must, as soon as is reasonably practicable, take the person and any property found on the person, before an authorised officer to be dealt with according to the law.