82. Name and address

    (1) Where a member of the police force has reasonable cause to suspect that a person

    (a) has committed an offence against this Act; or

    (b) has information relevant to an investigation as to whether an offence against this Act has been committed,

    the member may require that person to state the person's name and address.

    (2) A person must not refuse or fail to comply with a requirement under subsection (1) and must not give a name or address that is false or misleading.

    Penalty: $2 000.

    (3) Where a member of the police force has reasonable cause to suspect that a person has committed an offence against subsection (2), the member may arrest that person without warrant.



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