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Policing and Crime Act 2009

Section 24AK Aerodrome groups: supplemental

441.This section makes further provision regarding the operation and procedures of RAGs and SEGs.

442.In practice, it is likely that some smaller aerodromes may consider it appropriate for the same persons to staff both their RAG and SEG. Express permission for this is provided in section 24AK(1).

443.Subsection (2) provides for the revocation of nominations under section 24AB(2)(a) or 24AG(3). The effect of this subsection is that where such a nomination is revoked under this section, an alternative nomination must be made.

444.Subsection (3) provides for the revocation of certain other nominations.

445.The effect of subsection (3) is that where such a nomination is revoked, no alternative nomination need be made.

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