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The Supreme Court decision finds that police acted incompatibly with the human rights to privacy and freedom of movement when they coercively questioned a person during a vehicle stop, when they had no legal authority to do so. The decision highlights the obligation on Victoria Police to act compatibly with human rights in the performance of its duties and exercise of their powers. To fulfil this obligation police must ensure they have legal authority for all conduct. Background Mr Kaba, an Australian man born on the Ivory Coast, was a passenger in a car subject to a random stop and licence and registration check by two uniformed police officers on mobile patrol in Ascot Vale in Mr Kaba walked away from the car and the police, without suspecting Mr Kaba of any wrongdoing, repeatedly pressed him for his name and address. Mr Kaba refused the requests using offensive language and protested about racist harassment and was arrested for using offensive language and failing to state his name and address. He was led handcuffed to the police vehicle, allegedly assaulting one of the officers. At the hearing of the charges against Mr Kaba, the magistrate exercised his discretion in section 1 of the Evidence Act not to admit the evidence of offending on the grounds that it was the result of unlawful and improper conduct by the police in carrying out a vehicle check. Decision Justice Bell found that the magistrate erred in interpreting section 59 1 of the Road Safety Act and found that police do have a power of random stop and check under that provision. Key issues When will police questioning breach human rights? The decision confirms that the lawful power of police to ask questions is an important means by which police fulfil their duty to prevent crime and protect the community. Up to a certain point, questioning will not interfere with rights and is a legitimate part of effective law enforcement. Whether questioning is voluntary or coercive will depend on the imbalance of power between the police and ordinary members of the community, including the characteristics of the individual, such as age or minority status. Coercive questioning will breach human rights unless it is authorised by law. Scope of section 59 1 of the Road Safety Act Section 59 1 expressly states a duty of a driver to stop a vehicle when requested or signalled to do so, to produce a licence, and state a name and address when requested to do so.

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Decision Justice Bell found that the magistrate erred in interpreting section 59 1 of the Road Safety Act and found that police do have a power of random stop and check under that provision.

Key issues When will police questioning breach human rights? The decision confirms that the lawful power of police to ask questions is an important means by which police fulfil their duty to prevent crime and protect the community.

Up to a certain point, questioning will not interfere with rights and is a legitimate part of effective law enforcement. Whether questioning is voluntary or coercive will depend on the imbalance of power between the police and ordinary members of the community, including the characteristics of the individual, such as age or minority status.

Coercive questioning will breach human rights unless it is authorised by law. Scope of section 59 1 of the Road Safety Act Section 59 1 expressly states a duty of a driver to stop a vehicle when requested or signalled to do so, to produce a licence, and state a name and address when requested to do so.

However it does not expressly confer a power on police to make requests.

The issue for the Court was whether section 59 1 includes an implied power for police.. The Commission submitted that section 59 1 only applies where police have an express power to stop and request under some other source of power.

When will evidence be excluded because it was obtained in breach of human rights? Under section 1 of the Evidence Act , courts have a discretion to exclude evidence that was obtained improperly or in breach of an Australian law.

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The Supreme Court decision is clear where police breach their obligation in section 38 1 of the Charter to act compatibly with and give proper consideration to human rights, this will be an important consideration when deciding whether to exclude evidence under the Evidence Act. The gravity of the human rights violation will be relevant in assessing whether to admit the evidence.

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