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Pregnancy and maternity leave: Metropolitan Police policy on police dogs results in discrimination

This report relates to 1 case(s)

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    Keohane v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis ET/3300265/2011 & ET/3300293/2012 (0 other reports)

    The EAT in Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis v Keohane EAT/0463/12 upheld the employment tribunal decision in this case that the police force's approach was discriminatory.

Keohane v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis ET/3300265/2011 & ET/3300293/2012

pregnancy and maternity leave | direct discrimination | indirect discrimination | police

This unusual case against the Metropolitan Police involves direct discrimination against a dog handler who was required to return a police dog during maternity leave, which damaged her career progression and denied her opportunities for overtime.