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Royal Ulster Constabulary Reserve (Full-time) (Appointment and Conditions of Service) Regulations 1996

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Normal daily period of duty

18.—(1) The normal daily period of duty (including the period for refreshment referred to in paragraph (2)) of a member shall be 8 hours.

(2) As far as the exigencies of duty permit—

(a)the normal daily period of duty shall be performed in one tour of duty; and

(b)subject to paragraph 4 of Schedule 3, an interval of 45 minutes shall be allowed for refreshment.

(3) Where a member is required to perform his normal daily period of duty in more than one tour of duty and does not travel to and from his home between tours, an interval for refreshment and rest shall normally be included at the beginning or end of one of those tours.

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