Please supply the following information in terms that the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner can place on their public website, or that Corporate Communications can release to the public. This form is to be submitted in 2 stages – before and after the authorised period for the S.60.
Before the Authorised Period
Time, Date and Duration of Authority to Search
1900-0200 13/6/19 – 14/06/197 HOURS
Area covered by Authority (Please attach any relevant maps)
Details of Authorising Officer
ACC JAYNE MEIR
Reason for Authority (Brief Summary for Publication)
S. 60 Authorisation sought following the murder of Emmanuel Lukenga (aged 21) in Franklin Grove, Tile Hill at 14:37 on 12 June 2019.Section 60 powers authorised in the specific areas described in this application between the hours of 19:00hrs on 13/06/19 until 02:00hrs on 14/06/19. The area identified was deemed as proportionate and no wider than necessary and relevant to the intelligence picture. The lifespan of the authorisation was confirmed as necessary in order to provide a visible early deterrent in the area and to prevent serious violence and apprehend those carrying weapons.
Details of OIC (for contact or enquiries)
Supt 5892 Phil Healy
After the Authorised Period
Number of Stop/Searches Carried Out Under the Authority
Outcomes of those Stop/Searches
One male arrested having been found in possession of a lock knife, incapacitant spray and cannabis
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