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Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2006

Section 37 – Appointment of person to reconsider complaint

66.This section explains how someone is appointed to carry out the reconsideration of a complaint against the police. This person will be appointed by the reconsidering authority which is charged with reconsidering the complaint, but if the Commissioner is directly supervising the reconsideration process, the appointment would be subject to approval by the Commissioner.

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