'Special police services' connote services outside the duty of a police force to provide sufficient protection for life and property and include a police presence at a sporting event where that presence is not required by a breach of the peace or anticipated breach of the peace, even when the arrangements for the attendance of police officers are made to guard against the possibility, or probability of violence1. At the request of any person the chief officer of police of a police force may provide special police services at any premises or in any locality in the police area
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