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Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011

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Police Act 1996

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1After section 23A of the Police Act 1996 insert—

23AAForce collaboration provision about civilian employees

(1)This section applies to force collaboration provision, contained in a collaboration agreement, which is about the discharge of functions by designated civilian employees of one police force (the “assisting force”) for the purposes of another police force (the “assisted force”).

(2)The force collaboration provision must specify—

(a)the functions which the designated civilian employees are permitted by the collaboration agreement to discharge for the purposes of the assisted force, and

(b)any restrictions or conditions on that permission for the designated civilian employees to discharge those functions.

(3)The force collaboration provision must not permit the designated civilian employees to discharge functions for the purposes of the assisted force unless those employees are, by virtue of the relevant section 38 designation, authorised to discharge those functions for the purposes of the assisting force.

(4)The force collaboration provision does not authorise the designated civilian employees to discharge functions for the purposes of the assisted force (but see section 38B of the Police Reform Act 2002).

(5)References in this section to the discharge of functions by civilian employees of the assisting force for the purposes of the assisted force include references to—

(a)the joint discharge of functions by the civilian employees and members of the assisted police force,

(b)the discharge of functions by the civilian employees in the assisted force’s area, and

(c)the provision of the civilian employees to the assisted force.

(6)In this section—

  • “designated”, in relation to a civilian employee of a police force, means designated by the chief officer of police of that force by a section 38 designation;

  • “relevant section 38 designation”, in relation to a designated civilian employee, means the section 38 designation relating to the employee;

  • “section 38 designation” means a designation under section 38 of the Police Reform Act 2002..

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