Police Station Advice

We are recognised as one of the leading criminal defence firms in the country and we have been providing clients with advice, assistance and representation in police stations since the firm was established in 1997. If you are contacted by the police or other investigating authority such as HMRC, SFO, FCA, CMA or Trading Standards and asked to attend a police station to be questioned, our team is here to assist you from our nationwide network of offices.

Rapid response number 07989 521 210

Police Station Legal Advice & Representation

The police and other investigators can conduct an ‘interview under caution’ with an individual either on a voluntary basis or under arrest.

The Kangs 24-hour Rapid Response Police Station Team consists of ten highly trained and experienced solicitors with a proven track record of advising corporate and individual clients in relation to the full range of police station interviews including:

  • Serious and complex fraud
  • Tax and VAT evasion
  • Money laundering
  • People trafficking
  • Murder and offences of violence
  • Drug possession, supply and trafficking
  • Sexual offences
  • Road traffic matters including death by dangerous or careless driving

Got a question?

Can't find what you need? Get in touch with our experience team, who are happy to answer any questions you have.
When can Kangs help?

We can assist you in the following circumstances:

  • If you have been contacted by the police or other investigating authority to attend an interview on a voluntary basis, we can liaise with the investigating officer on your behalf and represent you at the interview
  • If you have been arrested and taken to the police station, you are entitled to request legal advice and assistance. This can be done by you when you arrive at the police station or by a third party (friends or family) on your behalf. Our 24/7 Rapid Response Team is able to attend police stations nationwide at short notice
  • If you have already been interviewed, we can advise and assist if you have been charged, released pending investigation or released on police bail
How can Kangs help?

Our dedicated Rapid Response Team of lawyers is available 24/7 to represent clients in police stations. We assist and represent individuals in need of urgent advice and support while under arrest and being detained in a police station, and individuals who have been invited to attend an interview under caution by the police or any other investigating authority.

The right advice can be the difference between being charged and prosecuted for an offence or being released without charge, or between a conviction and an acquittal if the matter proceeds to court.

We know an arrest can have a devastating impact on an individual’s reputation and professional life, and curtail the ability to travel abroad. In addition, an arrest will lead to DNA samples, photographs and fingerprints being taken and retained by the police. Our team is experienced in persuading the police to dispense with the need to arrest individuals and avoid the adverse consequences mentioned above.

We'll seek disclosure of questions and information to be put to you in an interview and anticipate the matters likely to be raised in the interview. We will also provide advice and guidance on whether you should answer questions or exercise your ‘right to silence’.

If the matter proceeds to court, our serious crime team has a proven track record of defending clients in both the Magistrates’ Court and the Crown Court.

Who do we represent?

We act for a wide range of clients including financial, medical and legal professionals, youths, company executives, sports and media personalities and private individuals.

A sample of recent work includes:

  • Politician accused of sexual offences
  • Accountant investigated for financial misconduct offences
  • TV presenter accused of sexual offences
  • Premier League footballer accused of driving offences
  • Solicitor and Partner of national law firm facing allegations of fraud and misappropriation of funds
  • Company director accused of evasion of VAT and excise duty
  • Media personality accused of historic sexual offences
  • Surveyor facing fraud allegations
  • International cricketer accused of driving offences
  • City professional accused of domestic violence
  • European national accused of murder
  • Premier League footballer accused of sexual offences
  • Solicitor accused of multi-million pound fraud
  • City professional accused of assault
  • Company director accused of people trafficking
  • International company facing cyber-crime allegations
What are "Search & Seizure" Powers?

Usually at the time of making an arrest, police officers and investigators will enter and search business and residential premises in accordance with a search warrant.

The powers extend to:

  • Seizure of material including hard copy documents, computers, electronic data, mobile telephones, hard drives and back up storage units
  • Forensic experts forming part of the team of investigators downloading and copying electronic material on site thereby allowing the business to retain the hardware
How can Kangs help during Search & Seizure?

Seeking early advice and assistance is vitally important. Our Team is experienced in attending such searches and protecting the rights of corporate and individual clients whilst the investigators conduct their work.

We can assist by:

  • Attending numerous locations simultaneously to cover all premises affected by the search warrants
  • Checking the legality and validity of the search warrant at the outset and advising you accordingly
  • Remaining present throughout the search process to ensure the investigators do not exceed the power granted by a court warrant
  • Ensuring that the unnecessary seizure of material is prevented thereby causing our client minimum disruption
  • Liaising with the investigators on your behalf before, during and after the search
  • Where appropriate, asserting legal professional privilege or confidentiality in relation to certain material and preventing its disclosure to the investigators
  • Making representations to the investigators to ensure the search and seizure of material is conducted within their appropriate powers and the scope of the search/seizure is lawful
  • Attending a closing meeting with the investigators at the conclusion of the search
  • Providing advice on managing ongoing reputational damage issues
Contact Kangs

The expert lawyers at Kangs are available to assist you. We can arrange initial consultations in person, by video call or telephone.

Please contact one of our experts listed below or contact us at:

E: info@kangssolicitors.co.uk

T: 0333 370 4333



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