416. Power of arrest for service offence.

A person who is reasonably suspected of being engaged in committing, or of having committed, a service offence1 may be arrested in accordance with the following provisions2. An officer3 may be arrested: (1) by an officer of superior rank or, if engaged in a mutiny4, quarrel or disorder, by an officer of any rank; (2) by a service policeman5; or (3) on the order of another officer, by a person who is lawfully exercising authority on behalf of a provost officer6. A person of or below the rank or rate of warrant officer may be arrested: (a) by an