Except where the appeals committee has allowed an appeal, or has taken a decision or issued a direction that has the effect of allowing the appeal, a person in respect of whom a decision by the appeals committee has been taken may appeal against that decision to the relevant court1.
Having considered such an appeal the relevant court may:
(1) dismiss the appeal2;
(2) allow the appeal and quash the decision appealed against, or, in the case of an appeal against a decision to send an alert about a person3, direct that the alert be withdrawn or amended4
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