|232||Title:||POLICE FORCE ORDINANCE||Gazette Number:||L.N. 289 of 1999|
|Section:||24||Heading:||Temporary police officers||Version Date:||19/11/1999|
(1) The Commissioner may without written engagement employ persons to serve temporarily as police officers.
(2) A temporary police officer shall be deemed to serve from month to month, every such engagement being held to commence on the first and to be determinable on the last day of each successive month, but notwithstanding the terms of such engagement such police officer shall serve under the same conditions of service in respect of pay, allowances, gratuities and pensions as an auxiliary officer of equivalent rank, and shall have and may exercise all the powers and privileges of such rank and be liable to all the provisions of discipline for such rank while so serving. (Amended 2 of 1959 Second Schedule; 29 of 1969 s. 2; L.N. 362 of 1997; 58 of 1999 s. 3)
(3) A temporary police officer may be discharged at any time after 1 month's notice in writing or may resign upon giving the Commissioner 1 month's notice in writing or, with the prior consent of the Commissioner, by paying into the Treasury 1 month's salary in lieu of notice. (Amended 13 of 1953 s. 5)