Law reports

Hart v Chief Constable of Derbyshire Constabulary EAT/0403/07

Reports relating to this case:

  • Disability case law update

    29 May 2008

    This article looks at recent key disability discrimination judgments, and their implications for employers. Issues considered include discrimination by association, whether or not a failure to consult over reasonable adjustments or to conduct an assessment is, in itself, a breach of the disability discrimination legislation, and the definition of disability.

  • Disability discrimination: No requirement to modify national competence standards for disabled trainee police officer

    25 February 2008

    In Hart v Chief Constable of Derbyshire Constabulary EAT/0403/07, the EAT held that, although serving police officers who become disabled may be placed on restricted duties to avoid the risk of confrontational situations, it was not reasonable to expect a police force to make such an adjustment to the national training standards to allow a disabled probationary officer to qualify as a police constable.