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Discipline committee meetings: evidence

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Last updated on 30 January 2017
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What evidence can be used in discipline committee meetings? We relay advice from one of our associate education experts on different types of evidence. We also look at which parties evidence should be shared with, and link to examples of evidence types from two local authorities (LAs).

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  1. 1 Evidence required depends on the case
  2. 2 All written evidence should be circulated to involved parties
  3. 3 Possible sources of evidence: LA guidance
  4. 4 Use of social media as evidence in exclusions
  5. 5 Using CCTV evidence in exclusion proceedings

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