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The capture of criminal insects handbook

LOCK-UP PROCEDURE. Once a suspect has been arrested, their safety and wellbeing becomes the responsibility of the arresting Field Operative and charges maybe laid against the Field Operative if they abuse an innocent insect – even if the said insect were to bite or sting (in self defence) so handle all suspects with care and respect. If at any point during an enquiry, a Field Operative discovers an insect is innocent, the Field Operative must withdraw all charges and release the suspect to its home habitat as soon as possible. Under article 47 – the penal code for insect crime - the maximum penalty that can be imposed under the law is detention of a guilty insect for a period of no longer than 48 hours. The criminal insect must be detained in an approved, see through security jar, with air holes and must be supplied with food and water (if this is appropriate for their species). After serving their time, the criminal is deemed to have served their debt to society and they must be then given a stern talking to; some form of community service, for example they may be sentenced to eat 10 burger wrappers as their Page 12


The capture of criminal insects handbook
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