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The Police Pension Scheme (Scotland) Regulations 2015

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3.—(1) This paragraph applies if a medical authority has given a final decision in relation to a member of the police force (“the member”).

(2) For the purpose of this Schedule, a medical authority has given a final decision if—

(a)the selected medical practitioner has given a medical decision and the time for giving notice of appeal against the decision under paragraph 2(1) has expired without an appeal being made;

(b)the selected medical practitioner has given a medical decision and, following the giving of notice of appeal under paragraph 2(1), the employer has not yet referred the appeal to an appeal board; or

(c)an appeal has been made to an appeal board and the appeal board has given a decision.

(3) The employer and the member may, by agreement, refer the final decision to the medical authority for reconsideration.

(4) The medical authority must reconsider the final decision and, if necessary, issue a fresh report.

(5) A copy of the fresh report must be given to the scheme manager and to the member.

(6) The fresh report is final, subject to—

(a)any further reconsideration of the final decision under this paragraph; or

(b)an appeal under paragraph 2 against the medical decision.

(7) In sub-paragraph (6), “appeal” means an appeal in respect of which a notice of appeal was given before the medical decision was referred under this paragraph.

(8) In this paragraph, “medical decision” does not include a decision contained in a fresh report issued under this paragraph.

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