Pensions Policy

Ann McNeil made this Freedom of Information request to Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland
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Dear Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland,

Under the auspices of the Freedom of Information Acts, please could you send me information as to what conditions must be satisfied to enable pensions to be withheld from an officer when he is sacked from the police. Under what acts, legislation or guidance is this and pensions in general covered?
Are ACPO officers covered differently from other officers?

Yours faithfully,

Ann McNeil

Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland

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Alistair P Sloan left an annotation ()

Marked as withdrawn. The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland ceased to exist following the merger of police forces in Scotland to form the single Police Service of Scotland.

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