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Report No. 152

Chapter 6

Calling to the Police Station

6.1. Introduction.-

We propose to deal in this Chapter with one situation forming part of the investigation by the police into cognizable offences, namely, calling a person (witness) to the police station. This particular act by the police may appear to be just a preliminary step and insignificant from the overall point of view of the machinery of criminal procedure, but, for the purpose of the subject-matter of this report, it is of crucial importance.

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