HC Deb 13 March 1924 vol 170 cc2579-80W

asked the Home Secretary, seeing that disciplinary appeal tribunals do not exist at present in the prison service, whether he will ascertain the representative opinion of all ranks in the prison service on the advisability of establishing independent appeal tribunals; and whether he will take this opinion before deciding the appeal tribunals question for the police service?


The various ranks of the prison service already have the means of representing their collective views to the Secretary of State, and I need hardly say that any such representation made to me would have due consideration. The question of an appeal tribunal for the police was raised at the recent meeting of the Police Council, and I have undertaken that it shall be discussed with representatives from the various sections of the Council.

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