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Policing and Crime Act 2017

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45In Part 3 of Schedule 3 to the Police Reform Act 2002, after paragraph 28 insert—

Recommendations by the Commission or a local policing body

28ZA(1)A recommendation under this paragraph (for the purposes of paragraphs 6A, 23, 24 and 25) is a recommendation of a kind described in regulations made by the Secretary of State which is made with a view to remedying the dissatisfaction expressed by the complainant concerned.

(2)A recommendation of a kind described in regulations under subsection (1) may (amongst other things) be a recommendation that compensation be paid.

(3)The reference in subsection (1) to the complainant concerned—

(a)in relation to a recommendation made by virtue of paragraph 6A(5)(b) or (6)(c), is a reference to the complainant who applied under paragraph 6A(2) for the review;

(b)in relation to a recommendation made by virtue of paragraph 23(5F) or 24(6A), is a reference to the complainant whose complaint, having been investigated, resulted in the submission of the report under paragraph 22;

(c)in relation to a recommendation made by virtue of paragraph 25(4C)(d) or (4E)(d), is a reference to the complainant who applied under paragraph 25(1B) for the review.

(4)The Secretary of State may by regulations make further provision about recommendations under this paragraph.

(5)The regulations may (amongst other things)—

(a)specify the persons to whom recommendations under this paragraph may be made;

(b)authorise the person making a recommendation under this paragraph (whether the Commission or a local policing body) to require a response to the recommendation;

(c)require the person making a recommendation under this paragraph to send a copy of the recommendation, and any response to it, to any prescribed person or person of a prescribed description.

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