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The Police Service of Scotland (Conduct) Regulations 2014

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23.—(1) The person conducting the misconduct proceedings must, as soon as reasonably practicable after the conclusion of those proceedings (and not later than 10 working days from the date of conclusion of the proceedings), notify the constable in writing of—

(a)the determination as to whether any conduct of the constable amounts to misconduct or, as the case may be, gross misconduct;

(b)what improvement or, as the case may be, disciplinary action is ordered; and

(c)the reasons for the determination and the action ordered.

(2) A notification under paragraph (1) must—

(a)in a case where a written warning is given, explain the effect of regulation 22(4) and (7) in relation to any future misconduct allegation; and

(b)in a case where a final written warning is given, explain the effect of regulation 22(5), (6) and (8) in relation to such an allegation.

(3) If it is determined that any conduct of the constable amounts to misconduct or, as the case may be, gross misconduct, a notice under paragraph (1) must give notice of—

(a)the constable’s right to appeal under regulation 24; and

(b)the name of the person to whom an appeal should be submitted.

(4) If the misconduct proceedings have arisen out of a complaint made by a member of the public, the deputy chief constable must notify that member of the public in writing of the determination and any disciplinary action ordered.

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