In the current times of austerity, some may question the rationale for proceeding with what can often be costly disciplinary proceedings, in circumstances where the individual in question has
Police Forces' 'Service Confidence Procedures' also amenable to Judicial Review - although threshold for judicial interference is very high
Police officers are subject to statutory disciplinary procedures, which, it is well established, are amenable to Judicial Review ("JR"). What is perhaps less well known, is that sitting alongside
A new Code setting out policing principles and standards of professional behaviour for members of the policing profession raises questions around how incidents of minor misconduct will be dealt with.
Consultation on Introducing the Statutory Duty of Candour for health and care providers registered with the CQC
On 26 March 2014 the DoH published its consultation paper "Introducing the Statutory Duty of Candour – A consultation on proposals to introduce a new CQC registration regulation" ("the