Police cell and police custody
With the real life ambiance of a police cell, visitors will enter and experience the procedures of being arrested. You will find out what it is like to be â€œbooked inâ€ and fingerprinted, and ultimately ending up being locked in a cell.
Being in custody
You can’t be kept at a police station for more than 24 hours without being charged, although this can be extended to 36 hours with the authority of a police superintendent, and for up to 96 hours with the authority of a magistrate.
The one exception is for arrests under the Terrorism Act, where you can be held without charge for up to 14 days.