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

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14.  Every member shall carry out all lawful orders and shall at all times, punctually and promptly, perform all appointed duties and attend to all matters within the scope of his office as a reserve constable.

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15.—(1) Members shall attend training parades and perform patrol duty at such times as the chief constable may require and in accordance with any directions which the chief constable may issue.

(2) Members shall be required to attend 2 training parades, each of a minimum of 2 hours' duration, during each calendar month.

(3) The chief constable may require monthly patrols to be performed by members instead of some or all of the training parades required as basic duties, and for this purpose 2 hours of patrol duty shall be deemed to be the equivalent of a training parade.

(4) The chief constable may at any time direct members to perform patrols in excess of those that may be required under the foregoing provisions of this regulation.

(5) Notwithstanding anything in the foregoing provisions of this regulation, the chief constable may in any period reduce the number of training parades laid down in paragraph (2) provided, however, that any such reduction shall not be deemed to diminish the prescribed basic duties for the purpose of reckoning additional patrols under paragraph (4).

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