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Triennial Review of the Police (Discipline) Appeals Tribunal

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The government is commited to ensuring that non-departmental public bodies face independent challenge, and so has announced a review of the Police (Discipline) Appeals Tribunal (PDAT).

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Consultation description

A triennial review is the process for reviewing the form and function of non-departmental public bodies (NDPBs), the appropriateness of the body’s delivery mechanism and its governance arrangements.

The aims of a triennial review are:

  1. to provide a robust challenge of the continuing need, in terms of both their form and functions, for individual NDPBs
  2. where it is agreed that a particular body should remain as a NDPB, to review:
    * the control and governance arrangements in place to ensure it is complying with recognised principles of good corporate governance, including an assessment of its performance * its capacity for delivering more effectively and efficiently, including identifying potential for efficiency savings and its ability to contribute to economic growth.

Cabinet Office has published detailed guidance on the process and background for triennial reviews.

We are inviting views on the continuing need, in terms of both form and function, for this body. Further information is contained within the above attachment.

How to respond

You can respond online, or by post or email completing the form above and sending it to the address below. The closing date is 5pm on 17 September 2014. Any responses received after this time will not be considered.

For more details contact:

Sunil Parekh/Alia Khalid
Home Office
6th Floor, Fry Building
2 Marsham Street
London, SW1P 4DF

or email:


Triennial Review of the Police (Discipline) Appeals Tribunal

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Published 15 August 2014