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Was it as a result of a complaint by the accuser please?
is it illegal to walk you past accuser - no. There is nothing in the police and criminal evidence act which prevents this.
However it may be if it came to trial and identification it would taint such a result and may be excluded as evidence.
If the complaint was as a result of someone calling the police or making an accusation that is enough,
The police just need reasonable suspicision and if someone has made a complaint that is enough to arrest and detain someone.
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