Do police officers have a right to a private life? When can that right be interfered with? Are officers entitled to have a reasonable expectation of privacy? Is the interference with the right to a private life necessary and in the pursuit of a legitimate aim?
In this podcast, Solicitor Deborah Britstone and John Beggs Queen’s Counsel examine the right to a private life and how far this extends to police officers both in respect of on duty and off duty conduct.