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Sex discrimination: Colour-blind police officer's removal from rapid-response driving

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    Wisbey v Commissioner of the City of London Police and another ET/2207660/2017 (0 other reports)

Wisbey v Commissioner of the City of London Police and another ET/2207660/2017

indirect sex discrimination | colour blindness | removal from driving duties

In Wisbey v Commissioner of the City of London Police and another, an employment tribunal held that a police force indirectly discriminated against a male police officer who was temporarily removed from rapid-response driving duties because he is colour blind.