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Police Reform Act 2002

Paragraph 28: Information for complainant about disciplinary recommendations

138.This paragraph applies where the Commission is considering an appeal by the complainant under paragraph 25 and following an investigation managed or carried out by the Commission and the appropriate authority has submitted a memorandum under paragraph 23(7).

139.Where the Commission is not content with the proposed disciplinary action and it has recommended alternative action, the appropriate authority must notify the Commission whether or not it has accepted the recommendation. If it has not, the Commission can direct the appropriate authority to take the alternative action. On conclusion of this process, the Commission is required to notify the complainant and interested persons as defined by section 21 of the outcome.

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