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Contents

Long Title

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II OFFENCES INVOLVING CONTROLLED DRUGS AND SUBSTANCES

Part III EVIDENCE, ENFORCEMENT AND PUNISHMENT

Part IV TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION

Part V TAKING OF PHOTOGRAPHS, FINGER IMPRESSIONS, PARTICULARS AND BODY SAMPLES

Part VI COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY

Part VII GENERAL

FIRST SCHEDULE Controlled Drugs

SECOND SCHEDULE Offences Punishable on Conviction

THIRD SCHEDULE Controlled equipment, materials or substances useful for manufacturing controlled drugs

FOURTH SCHEDULE Specified Drugs

FIFTH SCHEDULE Temporarily listed drugs

Legislative History

Comparative Table

Comparative Table

 
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Power of investigation of officers of Bureau
32.
—(1)  In any case relating to the commission of an offence under this Act, an officer of the Bureau shall have all the powers of a police officer under the Criminal Procedure Code (Cap. 68) in relation to an investigation into a seizable offence.
[49/75; 20/98]
(1A)  Where any search is conducted by an officer of the Bureau under section 24 or 26 in relation to a drug specified in the Fifth Schedule or any substance containing such drug, the officer may examine orally any person found within the place searched and section 22 of the Criminal Procedure Code shall apply, with the necessary modifications, to any statement made by any person so examined.
[Act 30 of 2012 wef 01/05/2013]
(2)  In any case relating to the commission of an offence under the regulations —
(a)
where the offence is seizable, an officer of the Bureau shall have all the powers of a police officer under the Criminal Procedure Code in relation to an investigation into a seizable offence; and
(b)
where the offence is non-seizable, an officer of the Bureau shall have all the powers of a police officer under the Criminal Procedure Code in relation to an investigation into a non-seizable offence.
[20/98]
(3)  For the purposes of subsections (1) and (2)(a), when an officer of the Bureau is exercising the powers of a police officer under the Criminal Procedure Code 2010, the officer of the Bureau shall be deemed to be an officer not below the rank of inspector of police.
[15/2010 wef 02/01/2011]