[(1) A person who is detained at a police station may be photographed—
(a) with the appropriate consent; or
(b) if the appropriate consent is withheld or it is not practicable to obtain it, without it.
[(1A) A person falling within subsection (1B) below may, on the occasion of the relevant event referred to in subsection (1B), be photographed elsewhere than at a police station—
(b) if theappropriate consent is withheld or it is not practicable to obtain it, without it.
(1B) A person falls within this subsection if he has been—
(a) arrested by a constable for an offence;
(b) taken into custody by a constable after being arrested for an offence by a person other than a constable;
(c) made subject to a requirement to wait [with a community support officer or a community support volunteer under paragraph 7 of Schedule 3B] to the Police Reform Act 2002 (“the 2002 Act”);
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