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The Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency (Scotland) Regulations 2011

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15.—(1) Subject to section 23(5) of the 2006 Act, the Scottish Ministers must determine―

(a)the normal periods of duty of a police member;

(b)the periods allowed for refreshment;

(c)the variable shift arrangements which may be brought into force by the Director General;

(d)the manner and timing of the publication of duty rosters and the matters to be contained therein; and

(e)the circumstances in which travelling time may be treated as duty.

(2) In making a determination under paragraph (1)(a) the Scottish Ministers may confer on the Director General discretion to fix the time at which a period commences for the purposes of the determination and may determine the conditions subject to which that discretion is to be exercised.

(3) In making a determination under paragraph (1)(e) the Scottish Ministers may―

(a)confer on the Director General discretion to fix a limit on the travelling time which is to be treated as duty;

(b)confer on the Authority discretion to fix a limit on the amount of the expenses which may be reimbursed in respect of such travelling time.

(4) In this regulation—

“tour of duty” in relation to a police member for whom variable shift arrangements are in operation under this regulation means a rostered shift; and

“travelling time” means time spent by a police member travelling to and from that member’s home―

(a)

where that member is required to perform that member’s normal period of duty in more than one tour of duty, between two tours; or

(b)

where that member is recalled to duty between two tours of duty, in consequence of that member’s recall.

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