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Police (Unsatisfactory Performance and Attendance) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2010

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Assessment of performance or attendance following second interview

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13.—(1) Not later than 14 days after the date on which the period specified in regulation 11(4)(d) ends—

(a)the reporting officer and the countersigning officer shall assess the performance or attendance of the member concerned during that period; and

(b)either a member authorised for the purpose or the human resources manager shall inform the member concerned in writing whether he has made sufficient improvement during the specified period.

(2) Where a member who was warned under regulation 11(4)(b) has not made sufficient improvement by the end of the period specified by the countersigning officer under regulation 11(4)(d), the member may be required to attend an unsatisfactory performance or attendance hearing.

(3) The human resources manager must inform the member concerned in writing of the requirement to attend a hearing within 14 days from the end of the specified period.

(4) The notification of the date and time of the hearing (which must not be sooner than 21 days but not longer than 56 days from the date on which the notification is sent) may be issued separately from the notice advising of the failure to make sufficient improvement and the need to attend a hearing.

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