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The Police Federation (Scotland) Regulations 2013

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6.  The joint central committee may make rules concerning the Federation’s constitution and proceedings which make provision relating to—

(a)the membership of the joint central committee, the central committees, the area committees, the area sub-committees and the joint central conference, including—

(i)the arrangements for holding elections and electoral procedure;

(ii)the period for which members are to be elected;

(iii)the cessation of membership and the removal of members;

(iv)the filling of casual vacancies;

(v)the election and removal of the joint central committee’s officers; and

(vi)such provision in relation to sub-paragraphs (i) to (v) as is necessary for the purposes of regulation 10(2);

(b)the functions (including powers and duties) and proceedings of these bodies;

(c)the raising of funds for the Federation’s purposes, including the procedure for collecting voluntary subscriptions from members and the amount of such subscriptions;

(d)the use and management of the Federation’s funds and property;

(e)the services and benefits which may be provided to members, and the circumstances in which members will be entitled to such services and benefits;

(f)the procedure to apply in the case of non-compliance with any rule made under this regulation; and

(g)the procedure by which the joint central committee may vary or revoke any rule made under this regulation.

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