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Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014

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132Establishment of Police Remuneration Review Body

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(1)After Part 3 of the Police Act 1996 there is inserted—

PART 3AThe Police Remuneration Review Body
64AThe Police Remuneration Review Body

(1)There shall be a body called the Police Remuneration Review Body.

(2)It shall consist of—

(a)a chair appointed by the Prime Minister, and

(b)five or more other members appointed by the Secretary of State, one of whom the Secretary of State may appoint as deputy chair.

(3)Before making an appointment, the Prime Minister or the Secretary of State shall consult the Department of Justice in Northern Ireland.

(4)The Secretary of State may by order—

(a)change the name of the body established by this section, and

(b)make consequential amendments to any provision contained in or made under this or any other Act.

(5)A statutory instrument containing an order under subsection (4) shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.

(6)Schedule 4B shall have effect in relation to the Police Remuneration Review Body.

64BReports by the Police Remuneration Review Body

(1)The Police Remuneration Review Body shall consider and report on any matter referred to it by the Secretary of State that relates to—

(a)hours of duty,

(b)leave,

(c)pay and allowances, or

(d)the issue, use and return of police clothing, personal equipment and accoutrements,

as regards members of police forces of or below the rank of chief superintendent or police cadets appointed under section 28.

(2)A report under subsection (1) shall be submitted to—

(a)the Secretary of State, and

(b)the Prime Minister,

and the Secretary of State shall arrange for it to be published.

(3)The Police Remuneration Review Body shall also consider and report on any matter referred to it by the Department of Justice in Northern Ireland that relates to—

(a)hours of duty,

(b)leave,

(c)pay and allowances, or

(d)the issue, use and return of equipment,

as regards members of the Police Service of Northern Ireland of or below the rank of chief superintendent, police trainees appointed under section 39 of the Police (Northern Ireland) Act 2000 or police cadets appointed under section 42 of that Act.

(4)A report under subsection (3) shall be submitted to the Department of Justice, and that Department shall arrange for it to be published.

(5)When referring a matter to the Police Remuneration Review Body, the Secretary of State or Department of Justice may give directions to that body about—

(a)the time within which it must report;

(b)considerations to which it must have particular regard;

(c)the evidence that it must obtain;

(d)matters on which it is to make recommendations.

(6)The Police Remuneration Review Body may include in a report under this section any recommendations it considers appropriate arising out of matters referred to it under this section (whether or not it is required to do so by a direction under subsection (5)).

(7)A reference or direction under this section may be varied or revoked.

(2)After Schedule 4A to that Act there is inserted the Schedule set out in Schedule 7 to this Act.

(3)An order under section 185(7) may include provision requiring the first members of the Police Remuneration Review Body to be, or to include, persons of a particular description.

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