—(1) When any person, except a person accused of a non-bailable offence —
is arrested or detained without warrant by a police officer, or appears or is brought before a court; and
is prepared to give bail at any time while in the police officer’s custody or at any stage of the proceedings before the court,
the person must be released on bail by a police officer in cases determined by the Commissioner of Police or by that court.
(2) Instead of taking bail from the person, the police officer or the court may release him if he signs a personal bond without sureties.