Regina v Kellam, Ex Parte South Wales Police Authority: QBD 2 Jul 1999

An officer victimised on duty by fellow officers and suffering stress had been injured in the execution of his duty for the legislation, and so was entitled to claim benefits under the Pensions Regulations. The officer suffered harassment after his wife, also an officer, complained about malpractice in her unit. The causal connection test need not be applied in any legalistic way.
Times 24-Aug-1999, [1999] EWHC Admin 627
Police Pensions Regulations 1987 (1987 No 257)
England and Wales
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CitedMerseyside Police Authority v Police Medical Appeal Board and others Admn 23-Jan-2009
Two police officers had been granted additional retirement annuities on the basis that they had been injured in the execution of their duty. The chief constable denied this. A police officer who was on annual leave was injured whilst exercising the . .

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Updated: 27 September 2021; Ref: scu.85338