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The Police Pensions (Amendment) (Scotland) Regulations 2011

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2.—(1) Regulation 3 (meaning of certain expressions in relation to persons who are not members of a home police force) is amended as follows.

(2) In paragraph (1)—

(a)after “Regulations,” insert “unless the context otherwise requires,”; and

(b)after “SOCA” insert “, an employed constable of NPIA, or a police member of SCDEA”.

(3) After paragraph (3) insert—

(4) In relation to an employed constable of NPIA—

(a)any reference in these Regulations to the police authority shall be construed as a reference to NPIA; and

(b)any reference in these Regulations to a force shall be construed as a reference to NPIA.

(5) In relation to a police member of SCDEA—

(a)any reference in these Regulations to the police authority shall be construed as a reference to SPSA;

(b)any reference in these Regulations to a force shall be construed as a reference to SCDEA; and

(c)reference in—

(i)regulation 5 to the written consent of the chief constable shall be construed as the written consent of the Director General of SCDEA; and

(ii)regulations 18(4)(b) and 19(3) to “by the chief constable” shall be construed as by the Director General of SCDEA.

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