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Chief Constable not liable

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    Liversidge v Chief Constable of Bedfordshire [2002] IRLR 651 CA (0 other reports)

In Chief Constable of Bedfordshire Police v Liversidge (24 May 2002), the Court of Appeal rules that a chief constable of police was not liable under the Race Relations Act, prior to the amendments that came into force in 2001, for acts of discrimination committed by one officer against another.