the Complaints and Misconduct Regulations definition

the Complaints and Misconduct Regulations means The Elected Local Policing Bodies (Complaints and Misconduct) Regulations 2012 (S.I. 2012 No. 62).
the Complaints and Misconduct Regulations means the Police (Complaints and Misconduct Regulations) 2020(b);
the Complaints and Misconduct Regulations means the Police (Complaints and Misconduct) Regulations 2012(8).

Examples of the Complaints and Misconduct Regulations in a sentence

Criminal and non-criminal complaints in relation to the Mayor or the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime will be dealt with and/or delegated in accordance with the Police Reform Act and the Complaints and Misconduct Regulations as modified by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (Transfer of Police and Crime Commissioner Functions to the Mayor) Order 2017.

Complaints 19.1 Criminal and non-criminal complaints in relation to the PCC or the Deputy GM Police Commissioner will be dealt with and/or delegated in accordance with the Police Reform Act and the Complaints and Misconduct Regulations.

Those officers who choose to give notice to resign or retire following an allegation that amounts to gross misconduct will remain subject to the Conduct Regulations and the Complaints and Misconduct Regulations by virtue of the Former Officer Regulations 2017 described in Annex G.

Suggested revision of the regulatory amendment The Commission agrees with the suggestion that Acas make in their report, that a new provision, Regulation 7(6), is inserted into Regulation 7 of the Complaints and Misconduct Regulations 2012.