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Energy Act 2004

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Administration of Constabulary

58Government, administration and conditions of service

(1)Where—

(a)the Police Authority makes provision about the government, administration or conditions of service of the Constabulary or its members, and

(b)the provision relates to matters which are the subject of regulations under section 50 of the Police Act 1996 (c. 16) (regulations about the government, administration and conditions of service of police forces),

the provision made by the Police Authority may differ from those regulations only so far as necessary to take account of differences relating to the structure and circumstances of the Constabulary.

(2)Before making provision about the government, administration or conditions of service of the Constabulary or its members, the Police Authority must consult—

(a)the chief constable;

(b)the Civil Nuclear Police Federation; and

(c)if the proposed provision relates to members of a rank-related association, that association.

59Members of Constabulary serving with other forces

(1)This section applies where a member of the Constabulary serves with a relevant force under arrangements made between the chief officer of that force and the chief constable.

(2)The member of the Constabulary—

(a)shall be under the direction and control of the chief officer of the relevant force; and

(b)shall have the same powers and privileges as a member of that force.

(3)In this section—

  • “chief officer” means—

    (a)

    a chief officer of police of a police force for a police area in Great Britain;

    (b)

    the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland;

    (c)

    the Director General of the National Criminal Intelligence Service;

    (d)

    the Director General of the National Crime Squad;

    (e)

    the chief constable of the British Transport Police Force; or

    (f)

    the chief constable of the Ministry of Defence Police;

  • “relevant force” means—

    (a)

    a police force for a police area in Great Britain;

    (b)

    the Police Service of Northern Ireland;

    (c)

    the National Criminal Intelligence Service;

    (d)

    the National Crime Squad;

    (e)

    the British Transport Police Force; or

    (f)

    the Ministry of Defence Police.

60Charges

(1)A person falling within subsection (2) must pay to the Police Authority such charges (if any) in respect of services provided by the Constabulary as are—

(a)agreed between that person and the Police Authority; or

(b)in the absence of agreement, determined by the Secretary of State.

(2)A person falls within this subsection if—

(a)he is the owner or occupier of a site in respect of which services are provided by the Constabulary;

(b)he is a person with an interest in, or with custody or control of, nuclear material in respect of which services are so provided; or

(c)he is a person not falling within paragraph (a) or (b) who is the recipient of services provided by the Constabulary.

(3)The Secretary of State may pay to the Police Authority such sums as are—

(a)agreed between him and that Authority, or

(b)in the absence of agreement, determined by the Secretary of State,

in respect of services provided by the Constabulary to such persons as he may determine.

(4)The services in respect of which charges or sums may be imposed or paid under this section include—

(a)services which it is the duty of the Constabulary to provide; and

(b)services which it is the duty of the person charged to have provided.

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