(1) the commanding officer1 of a person subject to service law2 has reasonable cause to believe that that person is committing a safety-critical duty offence3;
(2) the commanding officer of a person who is a civilian subject to service discipline4 has reasonable cause to believe that that person is committing an offence5 which is a maritime or aviation offence6; or
(3) in either case, the commanding officer of such a person has reasonable cause to believe that the person has committed such an offence and still has alcohol or a drug
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