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The Brief: New life to appeals

Officers with apparently sound appeals can be left feeling aggrieved when decisions too readily defer to the the original misconduct panel ruling. But a recent case could be a game changer.

The Brief: New life to appeals

Date - 10th August 2020
By - Kevin Baumber
Challenging decisions of misconduct panels on appeal is sometimes made difficult when the complaint concerns the conclusions a panel has drawn from evidence it has heard and witnesses it has seen but the appeal tribunal has not. This is because...
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