Welcome to the Website of the Northern Ireland Policing Board
The Policing Board is an independent body made up of 19 members to ensure for all the people of Northern Ireland the delivery of an effective, efficient, accountable and impartial police service which will secure the confidence of the whole community.
Our Work Covers:
- Oversight of PSNI
- Human Rights
- Community Engagement
- Policing and Community Safety Partnerships
- Police Pensions and Administration
There are a number of ways in which you can contact us:
You can contact us by phone on:
028 9040 8500
If you are contacting us by phone, please note our staff are not multi lingual and will not be able to respond to calls in languages other than English. However, we would be happy to receive a letter, fax or email from you. If this is in a language other than English we will get it translated and reply to you.
While the Policing Board will make all reasonable efforts to respond to your request, it will not always be possible to provide translated copies of a PolicingBoard publication. In dealing with requests for information in languages other than English the Policing Board will take account of the overall cost of providing a substantive reply in a language other than English. While the Policing Board is committed to ensuring that it communicates effectively with all its customers and that its services meet the customers needs, there may be times when the Policing Board will be unable to provide information in the language requested.
You can write to us at:
Northern Ireland Policing Board
31 Clarendon Road
Belfast BT1 3BG
You can send us a Fax message on:
028 9040 8525
You can send us an email to:
028 9052 7668
If you are coming to the Policing Board for a meeting, maps are available to help you find us.
A local map showing where the Policing Board is located can be found by clicking the image below:
If you require written directions to the Policing Board, please click the link below: