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Policing and Crime Act 2009

Section 29C Dispute resolution: procedure

502.This section sets out some procedures that the Secretary of State must always undertake when providing a determination in relation to a dispute. With the exception of the minimum requirements set out in this section, the Secretary of State is provided with broad powers to determine how a dispute should be determined.

503.In the case of disputes about police services agreements, subsection (3) requires the Secretary of State to have regard to the matters mentioned in section 25E(2). These are:

  • any ASP in force during the proposed period of the PSA;

  • any information given by the security executive group to the aerodrome manager, the chief officer of police or the police authority which is relevant to the PSA;

  • the extent, if any, to which the costs incurred by the police authority in connection with the policing provided for the aerodrome are, or are likely to be, met by any person other than the manager of the aerodrome, and

  • any guidance given by the Secretary of State which is relevant to the discharge by the relevant persons of their functions in relation to PSAs.

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