Monday, December 31, 2018
Statement for Police My Rights;
Statement for Police
2.I can say “NO” if the police ask permission to search me or my things, Saying “NO” does not mean I have something to hide.
3.I can leave unless I am being detained or arrested.
4.If I am being detained or arrested, I have a right to know why, and a right to speak privately to a lawyer without delay—even if I can’t afford to pay.
5.I can only be strip-search in private by officers of the same sex
6.I have a right to know a police officer’s name and badge number.
7.I can report a police officer who abuses me, swears at me, or violates my rights.
Officer is I am under arrest or being detain, please tell me so.
If I am free to go, please tell me so.
If I am not free to go, please tell me why
I wish to exercise all my legal rights including my right to silence and my right to speak to a lawyer before I say anything to you.
I do not consent to be search .
I wish to be release without delay.
Please do not ask me questions, because I will not willingly talk to you until I speak to a lawyer.
Thank you for respecting my rights.