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REMAINING NEW CLAUSESDuty to provide information for certain persons other than complainant
Mr John Denham
NC11To move the following Clause:
'(1) A person has an interest in being kept properly informed about the handling of a complaint or recordable conduct matter if
(5) A person who has an interest in being kept properly informed about the handling of a complaint or conduct matter is referred to in this section as an "interested person".
(6) In any case in which there is an investigation of the complaint or recordable conduct matter in accordance with the provisions of Schedule 3
(7) In any case in which there is an investigation of the complaint or recordable conduct matter in accordance with the provisions of Schedule 3
(8) Where subsection (7) applies, it shall be the duty of the Commission to give the appropriate authority all such directions as it considers appropriate for securing that that authority complies with its duty under that subsection; and it shall be the duty of the appropriate authority to comply with any direction given to it under this subsection.
(9) The matters of which the interested person must be kept properly informed are
(11) Subsections (6) to (9) of section 19 apply for the purposes of this section as they apply for the purposes of that section.
(12) In this section "relative" means a person of a description prescribed in regulations made by the Secretary of State.'.
Persons authorised to take intimate samples from persons in police detention
Mr John Denham
NC12To move the following Clause:
'(1) For subsection (9) of section 62 of the 1984 Act (persons who may take intimate samples) there shall be substituted
(9A) In the case of any other form of intimate sample, except in the case of a sample of urine, the sample may be taken from a person only by
(1B) An order under subsection (1) shall be made by statutory instrument and shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament."'.
Application of the Police (Property) Act 1897 to NCS
Mr John Denham
NC13To move the following Clause:
'(1) After section 2 of the Police (Property) Act 1897 (c.30) there shall be inserted
(2) In relation to property that has come into the possession of the National Crime Squad
NC2To move the following Clause:
'The Riot (Damages) Act 1886 (s. 38) shall cease to have effect.'.
NC5To move the following Clause:
'.(1) The Police Pensions Act 1976 shall cease to have effect from 31st March 2005.
(2) By 31st March 2003, the Secretary of State shall bring forward proposals for debate in both Houses of Parliament for the introduction, by 31st March 2005, of new pension arrangements for police officers, including arrangements to
NC6To move the following Clause:
'.(1) The chief officer of police of a police force maintained for a police area who appoints special constables in accordance with section 27 of the Police Act 1996 shall submit to the police authority for that area a draft scheme relating to the appointment, deployment and progression of such special constables.
(2) A draft scheme submitted under this section shall include the chief officer's proposals for
(4) The chief officer may from time to time submit draft proposals for a revised or modified scheme to the police authority for its approval.'.
Bounty payments to special constables
NC7To move the following Clause:
'.(1) Special constables appointed by a chief officer of a police force in accordance with section 27 of the Police Act 1996 shall receive an annual cash bounty based on the number of hours operationally deployed as a special constable.
(2) Police authorities shall be responsible for the arrangements for making bounty payments to special constables.
(3) Payments to special constables shall be calculated and made by the police authority which is responsible for the special constable.
(4) Payment shall be at the end of the each financial year.'.