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1The Secretary of State may pay such compensation as he considers appropriate to any person who—E+W
(a)ceases to hold office as chief officer of a local probation board by virtue of the abolition of the board by virtue of this Part; and
(b)has not been appointed as chief executive of a probation trust before ceasing to hold office as chief officer.
2(1)If a person who holds office as chief officer of a local probation board is appointed as chief executive of a probation trust, his period of Crown employment in that office (including any period mentioned in section 22(2) of the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000 (c. 43) for former chief probation officers) counts as a period of employment with the probation trust.E+W
(2)In this paragraph “Crown employment” means the employment in which the chief executive of a local probation board was, by virtue of paragraph 3(5) of Schedule 1 to that Act, treated as being employed for the purposes of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (c. 18).
3Nothing in the provisions of Part 1 conferring functions on the Secretary of State affects any other functions of his which are exercisable for any purpose that corresponds to any of the section 1 purposes.E+W
4Expressions used in this Part of this Schedule have the same meaning as in Part 1.E+W
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