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Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act 2002 No 103
Current version for 6 December 2019 to date (accessed 29 January 2020 at 19:33)
Part 6B Division 2 Section 87S
87S   Content and duration of public safety order
(1)  A public safety order must specify—
(a)  the public event or premises or other area to which it applies, and
(b)  the person (or class of persons) to which it applies, and
(c)  that a contravention of the order may constitute an offence that carries a maximum penalty of imprisonment for 5 years, and
(d)  in the case of an order that applies to premises or another area other than in connection with a public event—the period during which the order will be in force (being a period not exceeding 72 hours), and
(e)  in the case of an order that applies to a public event—
(i)  the location or locations in which the event is being held for the purposes of the order, and
(ii)  if the public event is held over consecutive days—when the event is taken to start and finish for the purposes of the order, and
(iii)  if the public event is held over non-consecutive days—when the event is taken to start and finish for the purposes of the order for each of the days it is held (being a combined period that does not exceed 72 hours in total).
Note.
 Division 3 enables a person to whom a public safety order applies to appeal to the Supreme Court against the order (or a variation of the order) if the order is (or is to be) in force for a period exceeding 72 hours.
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), a public safety order remains in force only for the period or periods specified in the order in accordance with this section.
(3)  A public safety order that applies to a public event that is cancelled ceases to be in force on that cancellation.