Breach of union rules decision Mr Tully v National Crime Officers Association

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Breach of union rules decision: Mr Tully v National Crime Officers Association (D/23-27/17-18)

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The applicant made five complaints under section 108A(1) of the Trade Union Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 that the National Crime Officers Association had breached its rules relating to disciplinary proceedings. The Certification Officer made five declarations that the union had breached its rules. The following enforcement orders were made:

  1. The National Executive Committee’s decision at its meeting on 7 to 8 September 2016 to expel Mr Tully from membership of the NCOA is null and void.
  2. The Union make arrangement to restore Mr Tully to membership of the NCOA by 19 November 2017.
Published 19 October 2017