#OBSCURELEGALFACTS by Arome Abu.
POWER OF A POLICE OFFICER TO TAKE PHOTOGRAPH (ETC) OF A DETAINEE
In Nigeria, a Police officer may take photographs, measurements, and fingerprint impressions of all persons who are in lawful custody
However, where such person is discharged or acquitted by a court, all records relating to such photographs, measurements and fingerprint impressions shall either be destroyed or handed over to such person.
See Section 30 of the Police Act.
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