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3.—(1) The crime and disorder committee of a local authority may co-opt additional members to serve on the committee subject to paragraphs (2), (3), (4) and (5).
(2) A person co-opted to serve on a crime and disorder committee shall not be entitled to vote on any particular matter, unless the committee so determines.
(3) A co-opted person’s membership may be limited to the exercise of the committee’s powers in relation to a particular matter or type of matter.
(4) A crime and disorder committee shall only co-opt a person to serve on the committee who—
(a)is an employee, officer or member of a responsible authority or of a co-operating person or body; and
(b)is not a member of the executive of the committee’s local authority (or authorities).
(5) The membership of a person co-opted to serve on a crime and disorder committee may be withdrawn at any time by the committee.
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