Criminal Justice (Joint Investigation Teams) Act 2004

Criminal liability.

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12.—Where a joint investigation team or a part of such a team is operating in the State, seconded members of the team shall—

( a) in the case of such seconded members who are members of a police force of another Member State, be regarded as members of the Garda Síochána, and

( b) in the case of any other such seconded members, be regarded as members of the team who are not members of the Garda Síochána,

with respect to criminal offences committed against them, or by them, in the performance of their functions as such seconded members.

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Modifications (not altering text):

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Application of section extended (1.09.2008) by Criminal Justice (Mutual Assistance) Act 2008 (7/2008), s. 92, S.I. No. 338 of 2008.

Application of Criminal Justice (Joint Investigation Teams) Act 2004 in relation to controlled deliveries.

92.—Sections 11 (use of information), 12 (criminal liability) and 13 (civil liability) of the Criminal Justice (Joint Investigation Teams) Act 2004 apply, with the necessary modifications, in relation to a person participating in operations connected with a controlled delivery as they apply in relation to a member or seconded member of a joint investigation team within the meaning of that Act.