What is the reasonableness standard for a police officer to conduct a search and rescue operation in a motor vehicle accident?

Canada (Federal), Canada

The following excerpt is from Ali v. Canada (Solicitor General), 2006 FC 248 (CanLII):

The reasonableness standard requires that there be some line of analysis within the reasons that could reasonably lead the officer from the evidence before her to the conclusion at which she arrived and can withstand a somewhat probing scrutiny: Law Society of New Brunswick v. Ryan, [2003] 1 S.C.R. 247, 2003 SCC 20 at para.55.

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