Mrs Johnston was employed as a member of the full-time Royal Ulster Constabulary Reserve on a fixed-term contract. Until 1980, she performed the normal duties of uniformed police officers, although she was not armed when carrying out those duties. Although male officers carry guns in the regular course of their duties, it is the policy of the RUC Chief Constable that female members should not be issued with fire-arms or receive training in their use. The Chief Constable considers that if women ...
Johnston v The Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary  IRLR 263 ECJ
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