Can the Police Enter My House without a Warrant?

Answer

The police can enter your house without a warrant. However, they can do this under certain conditions like when a serious or dangerous incident has taken place. Other situations when the police can enter premises without a warrant include when they want to: deal with a breach of the peace or prevent it, enforce an arrest warrant, arrest a person in connection with certain offences, recapture someone who has escaped from custody, and save life or prevent serious damage to property.
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