Relaxing of rules means police in England and Wales no longer need grounds for suspicion

Police in England and Wales are being given more power to stop and search people without “reasonable suspicion” in an attempt to tackle knife crime.

The home secretary, Sajid Javid, has announced he is making it easier for officers to impose a section 60 order, which allows them to search anyone in an area if serious violence is anticipated.

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