ARTICLE 6 THE AUTHORITY OF THE ICC ANTI-CORRUPTION MANAGER
6.1 At each IPL Match, all Franchisees, Players, Player Support Personnel, Match Officials and any other visitors to the PMOA agree and acknowledge that the ICC Anti-Corruption Manager (or such other member of the ICC’s ACU) shall have absolute authority, without being required to provide any explanation or reason, to:
6.1.1 be present in any part of the PMOA (including, for the avoidance of doubt, any part of the dressing room) where he/she considers appropriate at any time on the day of the Match;
6.1.2 issue temporary ‘visitor’ accreditation cards for the PMOA where he/she considers appropriate on the day of the Match;
6.1.3 approve or deny any request for PMOA accreditation cards, irrespective of the identity of the individual requesting such accreditation;
6.1.4 remove, or cancel the validity of, any PMOA accreditation card already issued, irrespective of the identity of the individual with such accreditation;
6.1.5 require any person who is not displaying a valid accreditation card to leave the PMOA immediately, irrespective of the identity of such individual;
6.1.6 require any person in possession of any Mobile Device, laptop computer (or any other similar device) to immediately provide such Mobile Device, laptop computer (or any other similar device) to the ICC Anti-Corruption Manager for auditing purposes, such auditing to take place at an agreed time and place and in the presence of the owner; and
6.1.7 require any person in the PMOA to immediately submit themselves and/or any clothing, baggage or other items in their possession, to be searched by the ICC Anti-Corruption Manager, provided that such search is carried out in the presence of a third party who shall be a member of the venue stewarding / security team.
6.1.8 accompany any Player, Player Support Personnel or Match Official who has been given permission to leave the PMOA for an expressly approved purpose.
6.2 Any failure to comply with any request made under Articles 6.1.6 or 6.1.7 shall be deemed to be a breach of these Minimum Standards and will be dealt with in accordance with Article 7, below.