Trespass to goods or property by the Police Let's go! Get a FREE consultation with a police complaints expert Your Name Phone Number Let us call you The police are lawfully allowed to enter and search premises without a warrant under the following circumstances; To enforce an arrest warrant To save a life To prevent damage to property To deal with a breach of the peace Your Human Rights may have been breached if the police have entered your property without lawful justification. You maybe entitled to claim for compensation if your property has been damaged as part of a search or been impounded for an unreasonable length of time. Our panel of experienced solicitors are on hand to claim compensation on a No Win No Fee basis. Have your goods, possessions or vehicle been impounded by Border Force, HMRC or the Serious Fraud Office? Read more The police must have a valid warrant to gain entry to a premises either residential or commercial. If the police gain entry without authority, specifically a warrant or invitation, you are entitled to make a claim for compensation.