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Police Service of Northern Ireland (Conduct etc) (Amendment) Regulations 2004

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The Royal Ulster Constabulary (Conduct) (Senior Officer) Regulations 2000

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4.  The Royal Ulster Constabulary (Conduct) (Senior Officer) Regulations 2000(1) shall be amended as follows –

(a)in regulation 4 in the interpretation of “Code of Conduct”, remove the words, “except that in relation to conduct occurring before 6th November 2000 it means the Discipline Code contained in Schedule 1 to the Regulations of 1998.”;

(b)in Regulation 7(4)(a) between “member” and the comma add, “of at least the rank of the senior officer concerned”;

(c)in Regulation 8(a) remove the semi-colon and add, “where that case arises as the result of a complaint, the investigation will be under Section 56 or 57 of the Act of 1998 as applicable”;

(d)in Regulation 9(2), on the 4th line between the words “or” and “the” add the words, “in the case of an investigation under section 56 or 57 of the Act of 1998” , and remove the words “as appropriate” from the end of the sentence;

(e)in Regulation 9(5) remove the words “where appropriate in” and insert the words, “the investigation has been carried out under section 56 or 57 of the Act of 1998, and after”;

(f)in the substitute version of Regulation 12 under paragraph 3 of Schedule 2, between the words “or” and “Ombudsman” add the words, “in the case of an investigation under section 56 or 57 of the Act of 1998, the” and remove the words, “as appropriate”;

(g)in Regulation 20(3)(b), remove the words, “subject to regulation 21”.

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S.R. 2000 No. 320

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