An immigration officer or a constable may arrest without warrant a person on immigration bail1 if the immigration officer or constable has reasonable grounds for believing either that the person is likely to fail to comply with a bail condition or that the person is failing, or has failed, to comply with a bail condition2.
If a justice of the peace is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds for believing that a person so liable to arrest is to be found on any premises3, he may issue a warrant authorising any immigration office or constable to enter, by reasonable force
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