Police Injury Pensions

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[name removed] (Account suspended)

Dear Sussex Police,

I am seeking information relating to police injury pensions, resulting from a meeting of the National Attendance Management Forum.

A meeting of this body was held at the West Midlands Police training centre on the 9th of April 2002. Eric Griffiths, who was identified as the HRO - HSWU of Sussex Police, attended it.

The minutes of that meeting state, ‘Eric Griffiths advised that Sussex are considering cessation of the allowance when officers reach the age of 55 (60 for Inspectors).’

It is clear from the context that Mr. Griffiths was referring to police injury pensions.

Please supply me with copies of any documents that relate to that assertion. In particular I am interested in any reports, memoranda, minutes of meetings, letters, emails, notes and all and any other documents that show the considerations of Sussex Police concerning cessation of injury pensions at any age.

Documents can be supplied in any standard digital format.

Yours faithfully,

[name removed] [name removed]

Sussex Police

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