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Indirect sex discrimination: police officer returning from maternity leave required to go on intensive firearms training course

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    Hamilton v Chief Constable of Merseyside Police ET/2401363/2014 (0 other reports)

Hamilton v Chief Constable of Merseyside Police ET/2401363/2014

sex discrimination | indirect discrimination | flexible working

An employment tribunal has held that a requirement that police firearms officers with one year away from work attend an intensive firearms training course on their return indirectly discriminated against a female police officer returning from maternity leave.