Avon & Somerset Constabulary v Dolan - Disability stress case remitted back to original tribunal [2008] EAT

Detective Inspector Dolan was absent from work from September 2004 until January 2005 "due to psychiatric ill health". He resigned in October 2006. He claimed that he resigned because the Police had not made reasonable adjustments to enable him to cope with the stress from which he suffered, that the stress was a disability for DDA purposes and that accordingly he was entitled to compensation under the DDA. An employment tribunal found partially in his favour. The Somerset Police appealed to the EAT.

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