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Police Reform Act 2002

Paragraph 26: Reviews and re-investigations following an appeal

133.Sub-paragraph (1) establishes the options that the Commission has open to it following an appeal where it has decided, under paragraph 25(8)(a), that the matter does not require immediate re-investigation.

134.Where the Commission has decided that re-investigation is necessary, sub-paragraphs (2) to (6) deal with the re-investigation. The Commission will determine the form of investigation as under paragraph 15 and will notify its decision to the appropriate authority, the complainant, interested persons as defined by section 21 and, providing there is no prejudice to any re-investigation, the person complained against.

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