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Greater London Authority Act 1999

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113(1)Schedule 1 to the Police Act 1997 (appointment of members of the NCS and NCIS Service Authorities) shall be amended as follows.

(2)In paragraph 4 (appointment of core members by local authority members of police authorities)—

(a)at the beginning there shall be inserted “(1)”, and

(b)for “Three” there shall be substituted “Four”.

(3)After the sub-paragraph formed by sub-paragraph (2)(a) above there shall be inserted—

(2)Those local authority members shall exercise their powers under sub-paragraph (1) so as to ensure that one of the members appointed by them is a local authority member of the Metropolitan Police Authority.

(4)The following provisions—

(a)paragraph 5 (appointment by Secretary of State in his capacity as police authority for metropolitan police district),

(b)paragraph 8(4) (Secretary of State prohibited from appointing additional member of NCIS Service Authority to represent him in that capacity), and

(c)paragraph 10(4) (corresponding prohibition in respect of appointment of additional member of NCS Service Authority),

shall cease to have effect.

(5)In paragraph 14(a) (meaning of “local authority members of police authorities”) for “to the Police Act 1996 (local authority members)” there shall be substituted “or paragraph 2 of Schedule 2A to the Police Act 1996 (local authority members and London Assembly members of the Metropolitan Police Authority)”.

(6)In paragraph 16 (which makes provision for the application of Schedule in the case of the Commissioner and Assistant Commissioners of Police of the Metropolis and the Commissioner of Police for the City of London) for the words from “the Commissioner and” onwards there shall be substituted “the Commissioner of Police for the City of London shall be treated as if he were a member of the City of London police force.”

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