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Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II ORGANISATION OF SINGAPORE ARMED FORCES

Part III MILITARY OFFENCES

Part IV SUMMARY TRIAL BY DISCIPLINARY OFFICERS

Part V TRIAL BY SUBORDINATE MILITARY COURTS

Supplementary provisions as to trial

Review of findings and sentences of subordinate military courts

Part VI PUNISHMENTS OF MILITARY OFFENCES AND EXECUTION OF SENTENCES

Punishments

Execution of sentences

Part VII MILITARY COURT OF APPEAL

General provisions

Powers of Military Court of Appeal

Supplementary provisions

Part VIII ARRESTS, SEARCHES AND INVESTIGATIONS

Arrests

Searches

Investigations

Part IX BAIL AND BONDS

Part X BOARDS OF INQUIRY

Part XI PAY

Part XII EMERGENCY POWERS

Part XIIA AID TO CIVILIAN AUTHORITIES

Part XIII MISCELLANEOUS

THE SCHEDULE Specified offences

Legislative History

Comparative Table

 
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Powers of military policemen
166.
—(1)  A military policeman may, without a warrant of arrest, subject to regulations made under this Act, arrest any person subject to military law.
(2)  Without prejudice to his powers of arrest under subsection (1), a military policeman may, without a warrant of arrest, subject to regulations made under this Act, arrest any person subject to military law who does not give sufficient information to identify himself.
(3)  A military policeman shall have —
(a)
the same powers of arrest as a police officer over a person not subject to military law who is in a place in the possession, control or occupancy of the Singapore Armed Forces; and
(b)
power to arrest a person not subject to military law who wilfully obstructs any military operation, training or function.
History for Provision '166 Powers of military policemen'.
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30/12/2000
Formal Consolidation
30 December 2000
2000 RevEd
 
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01/08/2012
Informal Consolidation
16 April 2012
Amended
Act 4 of 2012