Croatian translation: policijski dužnosnik zadužen za knjigu / bilježnicu / obrazac 101
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English term or phrase:
policijski dužnosnik zadužen za knjigu / bilježnicu / obrazac 101
English to Croatian translations [PRO] Law/Patents - Law (general) / Police
English term or phrase:101 officer
Despite being shown this, the disclosure officer repeated that he did not “think photos were taken.” He was asked “why not?” and replied “It was so large. There were so many people. We spread out. It got over looked. … I think it just got missed.” He continued “No photos were taken at the vicarage where I was. I was not told
of any such documents from the church.” He was asked whether there was a statement from a police officer, Helen Reid, who took part in the search of the church and vicarage. He said he had not seen one. He was then asked about the premises search book, the Book 101, for the vicarage and offered to collect it from the room used by the prosecution adjoining this court room. He then stated, in answer to a question from Mr King “Digital cameras were provided and a video camera was available, but no one was specifically tasked” with taking photos.
Ms Power, for Maudlyn Riviere, then took the disclosure officer to an entry in the Book 101 made by Officer Napolitano which stated “I moved from room to room to record a rough layout of the property on the back page of this book. I also recorded photographs of each room.” When asked by Ms Power “Where are the photos?” the disclosure officer replied “I don’t know. It’s the first time I've read that.”
In re-examination by Mr Lucas for the prosecution, the disclosure officer was asked whether he had been involved in removing any film or evidence. He said “I completely deny that.” He was asked about the premises search book, the Book 101, for the church. He answered “I haven't got that” but went to the room adjoining the court to find it. He was then asked to read out the note summarising what the Book 101 officer did and, to prosecution counsel’s evident surprise, read the following entry “Premises entered with keys. Vicar Nathan Ntege under arrest … Officers entered church. T/DC Reid began filming the internal church premises on camcorder.”