Calgary alberta canada strip search policy

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Because you have a constitutional right to be free from unreasonable searches or seizures, there are limited circumstances where the police can lawfully search you. That is, the police can search you when you consent to a search, when they believe that you have illegal substances or weapons on your person, and when you have been lawfully arrested or detained. This means that you understand the possible consequences of the search and you voluntarily allow the police to search you. They can also search you if they have grounds to believe that you have illegal substances on your person. For safety reasons, they can also search you upon lawfully arresting you or detaining you.

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The lawyer for two Alberta ranchers seeking a judicial review of the province's decision to rescind a nearly year-old policy limiting coal mining in the eastern slopes says his clients should have been consulted before the decision was made in the spring of Richard Harrison says ending the government's coal policy, which was used by government and Alberta's energy regulator since as a guiding principle for the resource's development, should have triggered the province's duty to consult with key stakeholders, including landowners, municipalities and First Nations. Harrison said the policy was put in place following four years of "heavy consultation" and hundreds of public submissions. The two-day virtual court hearing is being held to decide on an application by the province to dismiss the ranchers' request for a judicial review of Savage's decision to rescind the coal policy. A lawyer for the Alberta government told the hearing Tuesday that the decision to scrap the policy was a "core, high level policy decision," and one that is "immune from this court review. Melissa Burkett said that while the decision may be unpopular for some Albertans, it's not unlawful.

When can the police search me?

Canadian constitutional law recognizes that international travellers have a reduced expectation of privacy when crossing the border. Border officers have extraordinary powers to question, detain, search and seize that are grounded in the right of Canada to protect its national sovereignty. Until recently, border officers could demand passcodes and rifle through personal electronic devices virtually at will. However, on October 29, , the Alberta Court of Appeal struck down s.
But if that same principal thought the student was hiding marijuana, forcing the student to strip could fail to meet the legal standard in a country where the Charter of Rights and Freedoms says individuals should not be subjected to "unreasonable search and seizure. A strip search could be justified, he suggests, if, for example, a school official believed "a student had a weapon hidden in their underwear and refused to hand it over. Tanovich, who argued what is considered the leading Canadian case on strip searches before the Supreme Court of Canada, says that if there is a suspicion of drug possession, there is another approach. In the view of Toronto lawyer Peter Rosenthal, strip searches by school officials " could be regarded as an assault.