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Part 3 - Responsibility for functions

Below are the responsibility for functions.

The role of the Disciplinary Appeals Committee is, to act as a forum for hearing individual appeals brought by the Chief Executive, Head of Paid Service, the Chief Finance Officer (Section 151 Officer), Monitoring Officer or any other Chief Officer relating to employment related procedures and to make arrangements for the determination of such appeals in accordance with the law and under the Council’s own grievance and other procedures. The duties of the Disciplinary Appeals Committee is set out in Table 3.04

Table 3.04: The duties of the Disciplinary Appeals Committee

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Individual appeals brought by the Chief Executive, Head of Paid Service, the Chief Finance Officer (Section 151 Officer), Monitoring Officer or any other Chief Officer to whom the council’s employment related procedures grant an express right of appeal to elected members.

Disciplinary Appeals Committee Membership

5 County Councillors

  1. At least one of whom must be a Member of the Cabinet
  2. Will operate through a politically balanced Committee none of whom must be a member of the Investigating and Disciplinary Panel

County Councillors shall have completed training approved by the Monitoring Officer before taking part in decisions by this Committee.

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