body search


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body search

a form of search by police, customs officials, etc., that involves examination of a prisoner's or suspect's bodily orifices
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Meanwhile DPO Ismail Kharak inspected the training activity and watched members of volunteers force exhibiting body search and other actions.
I hadn't realized that patients were searched in this way--I've worked exclusively in outpatient settings since residency, and no patient has ever mentioned an issue with a body search while they were on an inpatient unit.
They are told not to bring more than pounds 50 in cash and warned they could undergo a body search.
With the new inspection procedure, about 10 percent of passengers will be randomly selected for a body search and baggage check, the sources said.
Following a body search by a policewoman, a total of 2.
His Thai opponent demanded that he be taken to a toilet for a full naked body search.
He clearly feels very strongly about the issue - but perhaps other people feel equally strongly about the alternative, which is a pat down body search.
SSB personnel have been conducting body search on the Nepali nationals entering Nepal from India from this transit point.
Murderer Anthony Fitzgerald, 23, says warders at high security Long Lartin prison, in Worcestershire, humiliated him by carrying out a standard full body search.
Police said a full body search of the German man did not turn up any explosives.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in the student's favor that school officials violated her constitutional rights when they forced her to undergo the humiliating body search.
A employee subjected to a search might also be able to claim constructive dismissal, resulting in a significant pay-out, if he can successfully show a body search against his will was a breach of the employer's duty of good faith.