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Police Regulations that set out the unsatisfactory performance procedures (UPPs) for police officers are explained and detailed guidance provided on when and how to use them.

This topic explains the procedures for dealing with police officer misconduct, poor performance and unsatisfactory attendance of police officers and police staff.

Police Support Staff Disciplinary and Guidance Policy

Policy Aim

These notes are for the guidance of staff and managers involved in operating the Police Staff Disciplinary Policy. It is a non-contractual document.

Context

The Employment Rights Act 1996 requires employers to provide written information for their employees about certain aspects of their disciplinary rules and procedures. The Employment Rights (Disputes Resolution) Act 1998 and the Employment Relations Act 1999 add to the statutory framework.

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Police Promotion Process Policy

Overview

This policy outlines the National Police Promotion Framework (NPPF) for officers seeking promotion to the rank of sergeant and inspector. The Police Promotion Regulations 1996 (as amended) are also complied with throughout the process. The NPFF is governed by the Police Promotions legislation and the College of Police guidance.

The National Police Promotion Framework is a four-step promotion process for police officers seeking promotion to the rank of sergeant or inspector as follows:

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