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Part of your question was cut off, are you asking if the police have a right to enter upon your property without notice to you, or without an appointment ?
If that was your question, then the Answer, unfortunately is yes. I do not agree with this law, but unfortunately, members of the police force have the right to enter upon the property of a property owner bcause their rationale and excuse will always be that they are charged with "protecting the public and their duties do not require them to make an appointment to enter upon our property. This does not give them the right to search our property or even obtain a Search Warrant without "Probable Cause", but during their "routine patrols" they can enter upon our property, check if all the doors are locked, and similar"safety" excuses (Or, what they call "reasons") because in dong so, they are protecting the safety of the public, even where the property owner has posted "No Trespass Signs"
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