The Arrest Handbook

The police are responsible for enforcing the law. While they are deserving of respect and assistance, they must also respect your legal rights. This booklet has important information about how you can expect the police to act, and how you can respond if you feel the police do not act properly.

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produced by
BC Civil Liberties Association
produced in
2008
 

Also available in:

Arabic (PDF)
Spanish (PDF)
Vietnamese (print only)


resource type
manuals & books
tags
arrest, talking to the police, imprisonment without charges, mental health detention, public intoxication, right to remain silent, searches, property rights, bail, panhandling, loitering, sleeping in public, breathalyzer, DNA sample, police complaint