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Barristers and solicitors, whether or not in actual practice as such.
[F1Any person who is not a barrister or solicitor but who is an authorised advocate or authorised litigator (as defined by section 119(1) of the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990) and—
(a)any legal executive or person corresponding to a legal executive; or
(b)any person corresponding to a barristers’ clerk or assistant clerk,
who is employed by such an authorised advocate or authorised litigator.]
Solicitors’ articled clerks.
Barristers’ clerks and their assistants.
Legal executives in the employment of solicitors.[F2Public Notaries]
The Director of Public Prosecutions and members of his staff.
Officers employed under the Lord Chancellor and concerned wholly or mainly with the day-to-day administration of the legal system or any part of it.
Officers and staff of any court, if their work is wholly or mainly concerned with the day-to-day administration of the court.
Coroners, deputy coroners and assistant coroners.
[F3Justices’ chief executives, justices’ clerks and justices’ clerks’ assistants.].
F4. . .
Active Elder Brethren of the Corporation of Trinity House of Deptford Strond.
A shorthandwriter in any court.
[F5A court security officer within the meaning of Part IV of the Criminal Justice Act 1991.]
Governors, chaplains, medical officers and other officers of penal establishments; members of boards of visitors for penal establishments.
(“Penal establishment” for this purpose means any [F6establishment regulated by the Prison Act 1952]).
[F7Prisoner custody officers within the meaning of Part IV of the Criminal Justice Act 1991.]
[F8Custody officers within the meaning of Part I of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994]
[F11The warden or a member of the staff of approved premises (within the meaning of Part I of the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000)
Probation officers and persons appointed to assist them.
[F12The chief officer and members of the staff of a local probation board established under section 4 of the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000.
F12Any person who performs the functions of a chief officer of a local probation board in accordance with a management order made under section 10 of the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000.
F12Any person who performs the functions of an officer of a local probation board under section 5(2) of the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000
Members of the Parole Board; members of local review committees established under the Criminal Justice Act M11967
[F13Members and employees of the Criminal Cases Review Commission.]
A member of any police force [F14(including a person on relevant service within paragraph (b), (c) or (d) of section 97(1) of the Police Act 1996)]; special constables; a member of any constabulary maintained under statute; a person employed in any capacity by virtue of which he has the powers and privileges of a constable.
A member of a police authority within the meaning of [F14 the Police Act 1996]; a member of any body (corporate or other) with responsibility for appointing members of a constabulary maintained under statute.
Inspectors of Constabulary appointed by Her Majesty: assistant inspectors of constabulary appointed by the Secretary of State.
[F15Civilians employed for police purposes under][F14section 15 of the Police Act 1996] ; members of the metropolitan civil staffs within the meaning of section 15 of the Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act M21967 (persons employed under the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, Inner London justices’ clerks, etc.).
[[F16A member of the National Criminal Intelligence Service or the National Crime Squad.
A member of the Service Authority for the National Criminal Intelligence Service; a member of the Service Authority for the National Crime Squad; a person employed by the Service Authority for the National Criminal Intelligence Service under section 13 of the Police Act 1997 or by the Service Authority for the National Crime Squad under section 58 of that Act.]
A person in charge of, or employed in, any forensic science laboratory.
A person who at any time within the last ten years has been a person falling within any description specified above in this Group.]
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