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Unjustifiable part-time policy

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    Chew v Chief Constable Avon & Somerset Constabulary [2000] ET/1401814/99 (0 other reports)

A female police officer who was refused a part-time position because she was unable to meet the force's unjustifiable part-time hours requirement was indirectly discriminated against, holds a Bristol employment tribunal (Chair: C F Sara) in Chew v Chief Constable Avon & Somerset Constabulary.

Michele Chew became a full-time police officer with the Avon & Somerset Constabulary in January 1989.