If a constable suspects with reasonable cause1 that a person is committing or has committed any offence under the Deer Act 1991, 2he may without warrant stop and search that person and search or examine any vehicle, animal, weapon or other thing which that person may then be using (if he suspects with reasonable cause that evidence of the commission of the offence is to be found on the person or on the vehicle, etc)3.
A constable may also seize and detain for the purposes of proceedings under the Act anything which is evidence of the commission of the offence
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