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    Q674: Does a police officer's power apply when they are not on duty?

    It is widely accepted that a police officer is always a police officer. An officer can exercise most of his or her powers all the time (those where an officer is required to be in uniform are restricted).

    As soon as a police officer exercises any of his or her powers then they are classed as being on duty.

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