yes if they have a warrant
In the UK, the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 provides the framework outlining the powers of the police, including the cases when a warrantless search can be conducted, and when a warrant is required.
In the UK - a search warrant.
Police with an arrest warrant can enter the home of the person named in the warrant if they have reasonable grounds to believe he is on the premises. They can search the premises in any place the accused person would be able to hide (they couldn't for example, look in the drawers of a nightstand, because no one could hide there). Police have to get a search warrant to enter the house of a person other than the one named in the arrest warrant.
No, provided that there is search warrant or warrant of arrest issued to arrest that person, this is to allow the police to search a home of the perpetrator.
Yes, an occupant or resident is not required to be present when a search warrant is served.
Yes a police officer does need a warrant to come into your house, by force. But if the officer would ask to come in and you reply yes, he can come in without a warrant.
Police can use reasonable force to enter a property with a warrant. However, unless it's a no-knock warrant the police will generally give you approximately 15 seconds to come to the door before they force entry.
No. The warrant is their court approvedauthorization to enter and search.
Enter for what? To do what? For what reason? Question is too broad to answer. You need to state more specifics. no they cant enter your house without your permission unless they have a warrant
Certainly. You should patiently wait.