Surveillance And Intelligence Law Handbook

Paperback | April 23, 2006

byVictoria Williams

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This handbook, containing annotated materials and case summaries brought together in one volume, is an essential guide for practitioners, police officers, and other investigators alike. Focusing on the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) and the Investigatory Powers Tribunalestablished by the Act, it is a practical tool for use both pre-trial and during trial. The book includes all relevant materials and guidance, case law, codes, rules, and regulations with commentary, footnotes, and cross-referencing to key sections, providing quick and easy access to the lawrelating to surveillance and the covert gathering of intelligence.

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This handbook, containing annotated materials and case summaries brought together in one volume, is an essential guide for practitioners, police officers, and other investigators alike. Focusing on the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) and the Investigatory Powers Tribunalestablished by the Act, it is a practical tool ...

Dr Victoria Williams is a barrister at 2 Gray's Inn Square Chambers. She was called to the Bar in 1995 and has developed a practice in general common law and human rights. She is the author of several legal texts including Civil and Criminal Procedure (Sweet and Maxwell, 1997) and the Civil Procedure Handbook (OUP, 2004). She has also...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:664 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 1.26 inPublished:April 23, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019928685X

ISBN - 13:9780199286850

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Part I - Entering and Interfering with Property and Telegraphy1. Entering Property and Interfering The Police Act 1997 Part III2. The Intelligence Services Act 1994 and Security Service Act 1989Part II - The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 20003. Interception of Communications: RIPA Part I Chapter I ss. 1-204. Acquisition and Disclosure of Communications data: RIPA Part I Chapter II ss. 21-255. Surveillance and Covert Human Intelligence Sources: RIPA Part II ss. 26-486. Data Protected by Encryption: RIPA Part III ss. 49-567. The Commissioners: RIPA Part IV ss.57-648. The Investigatory Powers Tribunal: RIPA Part IV ss. 65-709. Sections Governng the Codes of Practice: RIPA Part IV ss. 71-7210. RIPA Part V and SchedulesPart III - The Ruyles and Form of the Investigatory Powers11. The Rules of Investigatory Powers Tribunal12. Tribunal FormsPart IV - RIPA Forms and Notices13. Public Authority Communications Data Forms14. Forms for use by Public Authorities under RIPA Part IIPart V - Codes of Practice15. The Surveillence Code of Practice 2002 (under SI 2002/1933)16. The Covert Human Intelligence Sources Code of Practice 2002 (under SI 2002/1932)17. Voluntary Retention of Communications Data Code of Practice under Part II: Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 (under SI 2003 No. 3175)18. Interception of Communications Code of Practice 2002 (under SI 2002 No. 1693)19. Acquisition and Disclosure of Communications Revised Code of Practice (Home office pre-consultative document, 2005)Part VI - Case Law Summaries20. RIPA Part I Case Law21. RIPA Part II Case Law22. RIPA Part IV Case LawPart VII - Other Statutes23. The Human Rights Act 1998 (s.6 and ECHR Art. 6 and 8)24. Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 (Part 11)Part VIII - Statutory Instruments25. Statutory Instruments (1998)26. Statutory Instruments (2000)27. Statutory Instruments (2001)28. Statutory Instruments (2002)29. Statutory Instruments (2003)30. Statutory Instruments (2004)31. Statutory Instruments (2005)Part IX - International Materials32. The Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters between the Member States of the European Union established by Council Act of 29th May 2000 (2000/C197/01)Appendix 1 - Useful Sources of Information

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very thorough and comprehensive way in which this book covers the law governing surveillance and intelligence...In addition to the excellent content of this publication, the author very skilfully navigates the reader through the complex threads of the full range of legislative and othermaterials. This is achieved by the very logical manner in which the information is presented as well as the accompanying commentaries that clearly and precisely bring the essential issues into focus...An essential tool for legal practitioners and investigators...It presents this complex andcontentious aspect of the law in a very clear manner.