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The Police Service of Scotland (Performance) Regulations 2013

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17.—(1) At the conclusion of the inefficiency hearing, the chairing constable must determine whether the constable’s performance has been satisfactory—

(a)during the period specified under regulation 11(4)(d); or

(b)where the hearing was adjourned under regulation 16(3), during the period comprising—

(i)the period specified under regulation 11(4)(d); and

(ii)the period specified under regulation 16(4)(a).

(2) Where it is considered necessary to do so, the chairing constable may defer the determination under paragraph (1) to a later time or date.

(3) The chairing constable’s determination must be recorded in writing and must, in a case where the constable’s performance has been determined to be unsatisfactory, state—

(a)the reasons for that determination; and

(b)any disposal ordered in accordance with regulation 18.

(4) The chairing constable’s written determination must, as soon as reasonably practicable, be sent to—

(a)the constable;

(b)the deputy chief constable; and

(c)a personnel officer.

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