(1) The PRS Board may register an applicant if satisfied that the applicant is qualified for registration.
Section 103 sets out the qualifications for registration.
(2) The PRS Board may register an applicant subject to any conditions that the PRS Board considers appropriate.
(3) The PRS Board cannot refuse to register an applicant, or register an applicant subject to conditions, unless the PRS Board has—
(a) informed the applicant of the PRS Board's intention to do so; and
(b) given the applicant a reasonable opportunity to make submissions to the PRS Board; and
(c) taken any submissions made by the applicant into account.
(4) If the PRS Board registers an applicant, the PRS Board must—
(a) enter details of the registration in the Police Profession Register; and
(b) give the applicant a certificate of registration that includes—
(i) the applicant's name; and
(ii) the date on which the applicant was registered; and
(iii) the rank at which the applicant is registered; and
(iv) any conditions to which the registration is subject; and
(v) any prescribed information.
(5) The PRS Board must notify the applicant in writing of its decision on the application.
(6) If the PRS Board refuses to register an applicant, or registers an applicant subject to conditions, the notification under subsection (5) must include the reasons for the PRS Board's decision.
(7) A function of the PRS Board under this section may be performed by the President of the PRS Board or the Deputy President of the Registration Division.