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Post by Admin on Sun Oct 23, 2016 8:10 pm

It is good to know that Sussex are keeping their policies bang up to date. The section of their web site on Ill Health and Injury Awards is dated 15/04/2016 and they are still quoting HOC46/2004 which was declared unlawful and withdrawn years ago.


This section at the end is interesting:

Case Monitoring
Sussex Police reserves the right to monitor the activities of those persons employed by the Force, or who have been employed by the Force wherever it may be relevant to sickness absence or medical pensions and in doing so, it is fully cognisant of human rights issues, the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998. The Force has a duty to ensure that the public funds used in staffing and pensions issues, are honestly and appropriately expended. Any information obtained by the Sussex Police which casts doubt on persons involved in this process as practitioners or recipients, will be acted upon and may result in criminal, disciplinary or other legal action, taken to protect the public interest.

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