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Police pensions

On behalf of over 13,500 police officers, we are challenging the “transitional provisions” which created three levels of pension membership, namely (a) protected members; (b) tapered members; and (c) unprotected members. 

We are primarily arguing that protected members have been and continue to be treated more favourably than tapered and unprotected members because of age.  
In addition, there are a higher proportion of female and ethnic minority officers now than there has been in the past, so a higher proportion of those affected by the terms of the introduction of the new pension scheme are female and or/ethnic minority. Therefore, officers may have additional claims for indirect race and sex discrimination. 

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