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11. (1) The chief constable shall cause a personal record of each member to be kept.
(2) The personal record shall contain—
(a)a personal description of the member;
(b)particulars of his place and date of birth;
(c)particulars of his marriage (if any) and of his children (if any);
(d)a record of his service (if any) in any branch of Her Majesty’s naval, military or air forces or in the civil service;
(e)a record of his service (if any) in any other police force (including service in the Royal Ulster Constabulary) and of his transfer (if any) from one police force to another;
(f)a record of his service in the force including particulars of all postings, removals, injuries received, periods of illness, commendations, rewards, punishments other than cautions and the date of his ceasing to be a member with the reason, cause or manner thereof:
a punishment of a fine or of a reprimand shall be expunged after 3 years free from punishment, other than a caution;
any other punishment shall be expunged after 5 years free from punishment, other than a caution;
but, in the case of a period free from punishment other than a caution which expired before 1st July 1989, only if the member so requests.
(3) A member shall, if he so requests, be entitled to inspect his personal record.
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