(1) A magistrate may, on the application of an authorised officer, grant a warrant under this section if the magistrate is satisfied it is reasonably necessary:
(a) for exercising a power under section 35 or 2007_Actc093.html#_Ref83798691">36 in relation to a child; or
(b) for monitoring the wellbeing of a child for whom a placement arrangement is in force.
(2) The warrant authorises an authorised officer:
(a) to enter, at any time, a place where the officer reasonably believes the child may be found; and
(b) to search the place in order to find the child; and
(c) to stay at the place for as long as the officer considers reasonably necessary to find the child; and
(d) if the child is found – to stay at the place and have contact with the child for as long as the officer considers reasonably necessary for specified purposes (whether or not in the presence of someone else).