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Regulation 20

SCHEDULETRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

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1.  In this Schedule, “the 1985 Regulations” means the Police Federation (Scotland) Regulations 1985.

2.  Paragraphs 3 to 5 apply until the members of the central committees and the area committees are first elected under regulations 7(3) and 11(2)(a) respectively.

3.  For the purpose of regulation 5, where this paragraph applies, every member elected before 1st April 2013 (in accordance with the 1985 Regulations and any rules made under regulation 17(1) of those Regulations) to—

(a)a central committee, is to be treated as having been elected to the corresponding central committee under regulation 7(3) and as being a member of the joint central committee under regulation 7(1); and

(b)a branch board, is to be treated as having been elected to an area committee under regulation 11(2)(a).

4.  Accordingly, where this paragraph applies, every member mentioned in paragraph 3 is to be treated as being a member of the joint central conference under regulation 14(a).

5.  For the purpose of regulation 10(1), where this paragraph applies—

(a)the person elected before 1st April 2013 to the office of—

(i)chairman under regulation 12(1) of the 1985 Regulations, is to be treated as having been elected to the office of chairperson of the joint central committee under regulation 10(1)(a); and

(ii)secretary under regulation 12(1) of the 1985 Regulations, is to be treated as having been elected to the office of secretary of the joint central committee under regulation 10(1)(c).

(b)the chairperson of the joint central committee must nominate, from among its members—

(i)a deputy chairperson, who is to be treated as having been elected to that office under regulation 10(1)(b); and

(ii)a deputy secretary, who is to be treated as having been elected to that office under regulation 10(1)(d).

6.—(1) This paragraph applies until the first rules under regulation 6, which make provision relating to the joint central committee’s functions and proceedings, come into effect.

(2) For the purpose of regulation 6, where this paragraph applies, the joint central committee must act in accordance with any rules made under regulation 17(1) of the 1985 Regulations which regulate the proceedings of the joint central committee constituted under regulation 10(3) of those Regulations.

7.—(1) This paragraph applies to anything done before 1st April 2013 in respect of any matter in which the Federation represents its members and which is ongoing at that date.

(2) Where this paragraph applies, anything done by or in relation to—

(a)the joint central committee constituted under regulation 10(3) of the 1985 Regulations, or a central committee constituted under regulation 10(1) of those Regulations, continues to have effect on and after 1st April 2013 as if it had been done by or in relation to the joint central committee established under regulation 5(a);

(b)a branch board constituted under regulation 7(1) of the 1985 Regulations, continues to have effect on and after 1st April 2013 as if it had been done by or in relation to an area committee established under regulation 5(b).

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