128 The Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration.S
(1)There shall be a body, to be known as the “Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration” (hereinafter in this Act referred to as the “Administration”).
(2)The Principal Reporter shall be the chief officer of the Administration.
(3)The general purpose of the Administration shall be to facilitate the performance by the Principal Reporter of his functions under [F1the Children (Scotland) Act 1995 and any other enactment conferring functions upon him].
(4)Appointments to the office of Principal Reporter subsequent to the first such appointment shall be made by the Administration with the consent of the Secretary of State on such terms and conditions as it may, with the approval of the Secretary of State given with the consent of the Treasury, determine.
(5)The Administration shall have such other officers as are necessary in order to assist the Principal Reporter; they shall, subject to section 137 of this Act, be appointed by the Administration on such terms as it may, with the approval of the Secretary of State given with the consent of the Treasury, determine.
(6)Schedule 12 to this Act (which provides as to the status, constitution and proceedings of the Administration and other matters relating to it) shall have effect.
(7)The Administration shall be responsible for the management of its officers, including their discipline and removal from office and their deployment throughout Scotland for the purposes of performing their duties.
(8)Nothing in this section or any other provision of this Act shall be taken as authorising the Administration to direct or guide the Principal Reporter in the performance of his functions under [F1the Children (Scotland Act 1995 and any other enactment conferring functions upon him].
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