Appointments to Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (PCSPs) and District Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (DPCSPs)

15 June 2020

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Appointments to Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (PCSPs) and District Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (DPCSPs)

The Northern Ireland Policing Board has confirmed the appointment of 118 independent members to join Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (PCSPs) and District Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (DPSCPs) across Northern Ireland.  

The PCSP members appointed come from a wide range of roles and backgrounds and will work with local Councillors, the police and a range of statutory agencies to improve policing and community safety issues across each of the 11 local Council areas.

Announcing the appointments, Doug Garrett, Chair of the Northern Ireland Policing Board said:

“All these people have stepped forward in their local areas as they want to make a difference to policing and community safety issues across our community through the work of the Partnerships.

People of all ages and backgrounds who will be working with local councillors, the police and a range of statutory partners to help make your neighbourhood safer.

We are looking forward to working with the newly reconstituted PCSPs in the time ahead as they continue to tackle issues of concern and deliver outcomes that benefit local areas.”

 

Justice Minister Naomi Long welcomed the appointments and said;

“Policing and Community Safety Partnerships work to improve community safety, tackle anti-social behaviour and improve confidence in policing.

Community safety needs to be addressed by elected, independent and statutory partner representatives working in partnership. Across each Council area this can only work if those with a stake in an area work together to develop local solutions to address local problems. This is the very essence of the role performed by PCSPs.

I am very grateful to each of the 118 new independent members for their commitment to the work of their local PCSP. I trust that they will find the task a rewarding one.

I wish them well in their endeavours and can assure them of the Department’s support; working alongside colleagues in the Policing Board.

For those independent members who are standing down from their local PCSP at this time, I want to place on record my sincere thanks for their service.”



Ends

Notes to editors:

1. Role and work of PCSPs:

PCSPs and DPCSPs are statutory bodies established in 2012 under the Justice Act (Northern Ireland) 2011. There are 11 PCSPs – one for each Council area in Northern Ireland. As well as having one overarching PCSP, Belfast has four DPCSPs - North, South, East and West. The overall purpose of the Partnerships is to help make communities safer, to ensure that the voices of local people are heard on policing and community safety issues and that statutory agencies work with communities to help develop solutions that will help tackle crime. PCSPs have a range of duties which are set in legislation:

  • Consult and Engage with their local community on issues of concern in relation to policing and community safety. Each PCSP has a Policing Committee responsible for providing community views to the relevant district commander and the Policing Board on policing matters;
  • Identify and Prioritise issues and prepare plans for how these can be tackled at a community level;
  • Monitor the performance of the police and work to gain the co-operation of the public with the police in preventing crime; and
  • Deliver a reduction in crime and enhance community safety in each district, directly through interventions, through the work of delivery groups or through support for the work of others.
    PCSPs are funded and supported by the Northern Ireland Policing Board and the Department of Justice. More information on the role and work of PCSPs and how to contact them can be found at http://www.pcsps.org/

2. Summary of PCSP Independent Members Appointed

  • The Policing Board has appointed 118 Independent Members to fill positions on 11 PCSPs and 4 DPCSPs covering North, South, East and West Belfast.

 

  • Community Background
  • 55 (47%) candidates are from a Protestant community background;
  • 48 (41%) candidates are from a Catholic community background;
  • 15 (12%) candidates are from other/no community background;

Gender

  • 49 (41%) candidates are male;
  • 69 (59%) candidates are female;

Age

  • 7 (6%) candidates are aged 18 to 25;
  • 23 (19%) candidates are aged between 26 and 40;
  • 51 (43%) candidates are aged between 41 and 60;
  • 37 (31%) candidates are aged 61 and over;

Other

  • 17 (14%) candidates stated that they had a disability;
  • 3 (3%) candidates are from ethnic minorities;
  • 7 (6%) candidates describe themselves as Lesbian, Gay or Bisexual; and
  • 47 (40%) candidates declared their participation in some form of political party activity on their application forms. 

As required by the Code of Practice details of independent members appointed has been published below and outlines details of occupation and any political activity declared.

3. Make up of PCSPs and DPCSPs

PCSPs comprise:

  • 10 Political Members nominated by the district council;
  • 9 Independent Members appointed by the Northern Ireland Policing Board;
  • Representatives from the following designated public bodies:
    • Police Service of Northern Ireland;
    • Northern Ireland Housing Executive;
    • Probation Board for Northern Ireland;
    • Youth Justice Agency of Northern Ireland;
    • Health and Social Care Trusts (excluding the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service);
    • the Education Authority; and
    • Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service

DPCSPs comprise:

  • 6 Political Members nominated by the district council;
  • 5 Independent Members appointed by the Northern Ireland Policing Board;
  • Representatives from the following designated public bodies:
    • Police Service of Northern Ireland;
    • Northern Ireland Housing Executive;
    • Probation Board for Northern Ireland;
    • Youth Justice Agency of Northern Ireland;
    • Health and Social Care Trusts (excluding the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service);
    • the Education Authority; and
    • Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service

4. Independent scrutiny

The process to appoint Members was conducted according to the Code of Practice issued by the Department of Justice in April 2019 (https://www.justice-ni.gov.uk/sites/default/files/publications/doj/cop-pcsp-may-revised.pdf)


Appointments made have been subject to independent scrutiny by an Impartial Assessor whose role involved assessing the process for openness, transparency, probity and effectiveness and ensuring compliance with the code. Independent panel members (IPM) taken from the Commissioner for Public Appointments (CPANI) list of approved Assessors were also involved at Council shortlisting/interview stage and Board appointments stage.  An Independent Complaints Monitor (ICM) was also appointed to deal with complaints from any candidate who was unable to have his/her complaint resolved by the Policing Board.  The Impartial Assessor’s report will be provided to the Policing Board on completion of the process and published in due course.   

5. Board’s role


Independent members of both PCSPs and DPCSPs are appointed by the Policing Board, who have overall responsibility for the process, from nominations made by Council (paragraphs 4 and 5 of Schedule 1 to the Justice Act refer to independent appointments to PCSPs; paragraphs 4 and 5 of Schedule 2 to the Justice Act refer to independent members to the Belfast DPCSPs).  In making the appointments, the Policing Board is required to secure, so far as practicable, that each PCSP as a whole is representative of the community in the Council area. A copy of the Board’s Appointment Policy can be found here.

6. Length of appointment


Members are appointed until the day before the next reconstitution date in relation to the PCSP (triggered by the next local council election)

7. Expenses


A meeting expense payment of £60 per meeting is available to all Members of a PCSP. Members are able to claim travel expenses.


8: PCSP/ DPCSP Independent Member Appointments and Political Membership

 

 

Antrim & Newtownabbey PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Mrs

Kathy

Wolff

Project Manager

None

Mr

Terry

McGoldrick

Crew Commander Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service

None

Mrs

Valerie

Adams

Retired teacher

Member of the Labour Party NI

Ms

Danielle

Black

Students Union Advice Manager

None

Ms

Naiobh

Onion

Manager Action Mental Health

None

Mr

Graham

Chipperfield

Retired Civil Servant

None

Mr

Brian

Megahey

Farmer and Trainer of technical skills in construction and agriculture

None

Mrs

Jacqueline (Jackie)

Barrow

Accounting Technician and Financial Controller

None

Mr

Niall

Kelly

Statistician

Past member of SDLP

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

Linda

Clarke

DUP

 

Councillor

Mark

Cooper

DUP

 

Councillor

Paul

Dunlop

DUP

Chair

Councillor

Glenn

Finlay

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

Julie

Gilmore

Alliance Party

 

Alderman

Danny

Kinahan

UUP

 

Councillor

Michael

Goodman

SF

 

Councillor

Noreen

McClelland

SDLP

 

Councillor

Dean

McCullough

DUP

 

Councillor

Leah

Smyth

UUP

 

 

Ards & North Down PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Mr

Gavin

Sinclair

Driving Instructor

None

Mrs

Sandra

Henderson

Community Health Development Worker

None

Mr

Pete

Wray

Manager working with young people and adults around peace building and conflict resolution

Member of UUP

Mr

Albert

Spratt

Retired

Canvassed for DUP

Mr

Jonathan

Currie

Community Development Director

None

Ms

Louise

Little

Community Development and conflict transformation

None

Mrs

Josephine

Scott

Retired Civil Servant

None

Ms

Janette

McNulty

Civil Servant

None

Ms

Jude

McNeill

Community Support Officer

None

 

Political Members

 

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

Nigel

Edmund

DUP

 

Alderman

Wesley

Irvine

DUP

 

Alderman

Marion

Smith

UUP

 

Councillor

David

Chambers

UUP

 

Councillor

Trevor

Cummings

DUP

 

Councillor

Karen

Douglas

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

Connie

Egan

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

Colin

Kennedy

DUP

 

Councillor

Nick

Mathison

Alliance Party

Chair

Councillor

Kathryn

McNickle

Green Party

 

 

Armagh, Banbridge & Craigavon PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Miss

Katie

Matthews

Business Mentor and Founder of Mental Health training company

None

Mr

Gilbert

Lee

Retired

None

Mr

William Joseph

Gibson

Retired

None

Mr

Jonathan

Mercer

Voluntary Community Worker

None

Mrs

Eleanor (Maria)

McGilly

Lecturer

Carried out activity for Green Party

Miss

Courtney

Wells

Recruitment Consultant

Member of UUP

Miss

Meadbh

O'Dowd

Law student

Member of SF

Miss

Leigh

Silcock

Health safety, quality and environmental consultant

None

One independent member name to be confirmed.

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

Mark

Baxter

DUP

 

Councillor

Paul

Duffy

SF

Chair

Councillor

Julie

Flaherty

UUP

 

Councillor

Paul

Greenfield

DUP

 

Councillor

Keith

Haughian

SF

 

Councillor

Lavelle

McIlwrath

DUP

 

Councillor

Gordon

Kennedy

UUP

 

Councillor

Thomas

Larkham

SDLP

 

Councillor

Jill

McCauley

UUP

 

Councillor

Darren

McNally

SF

 

 

Belfast Principal PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Mrs

Mary

Lambe

Retired.  Community Volunteer

None

Mrs

Carole

Newton

Retired Private Secretary

Past treasurer of DUP

Mr

Vincent

Mogey

Retired Aerospace Manager

None

Mr

John Leslie

MacVicar

Editor and Community Volunteer

None

Dr

Michael

Boyle

Retired Civil Servant and Former University Lecturer in Criminology

None

Mr

Michael

Shields

Retired BT Engineer / Customer Tutor / First Aid Instructor. Community Volunteer

None

Miss

Paula

Quigley

Head of Mears Northern Ireland

None

Ms

Norma

Shearer

Chief Executive of the Training for Women Network

None

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

JJ

Magee

SF

 

Councillor

John

Gormley

SF

 

Councillor

Nuala

McAllister

Alliance Party

 

Alderman

Frank

McCoubrey

DUP

 

Councillor

Brian

Smyth

Green

 

Councillor

Claire

Canavan

SF

 

Councillor

Geraldine

McAteer

SF

 

Councillor

Carl

Whyte

SDLP

Chair 

 

North Belfast DPCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Mr

Bernard

McClure

Chartered auditor

None

Mr

Ian

McLaughlin

Project Manager in Community and Voluntary Sector

Canvassed for DUP

Mrs

Grace

Peacock

External Relations Ulster University

None

Mr

Thomas

Cheevers

Retired Engineer and Community Volunteer

None

Mr

Ciarán

Shannon

Manager Community Partnership

Member of SF

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

Fred

Cobain

DUP

 

Councillor

JJ

Magee

SF

 

Councillor

Nuala

McAllister

Alliance Party

Chair 

Councillor

Conor

Maskey

SF

 

Councillor

Dale

Pankhurst

DUP

 

Councillor

Mal

O’Hara

Green Party

 

 

South Belfast DPCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Dr

Raied

Al-Wazzan

Senior Scientist.  Community Volunteer for ethnic minorities

None

Mr

Richard

Kennedy

Residential home worker for people with dementia

Member of UUP

Miss

Catherine

Leonard

Retired pharmacist

None

Mr

Robert (Bob)

Stoker

Chief Executive of local Charity

Past Elected Representative of UUP
Canvassed for UUP

Ms

Thérése

McCartney

Care Worker.

Member of SF
Past election candidate for SF
Canvassed for SF

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

Emmet

McDonough-Brown

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

Sarah

Bunting

DUP

 

Councillor

Aine

Groogan

Green Party

 

Councillor

John

Gormley

SF

 Chair

Councillor

Geraldine

McAteer

SF

 

Councillor

Gary

McKeown

SDLP

 

 

East Belfast DPCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Mr

Gareth

Wright

Part time Carer, Part time Family Business

Canvassed for DUP

Mrs

Janet

Watson

Civil Servant

None

Mrs

Amy

Ashe

Youth Work Co-ordinator

None

Miss

Lisa

McMaster

Business Organisation worker

Party activist for DUP.

Mr

Pádraig

Ơ Donnghaile

Part time Primary School Teacher

Member of SF
Canvassed for SF

Party activist for SF

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Alderman

Tommy

Sandford

DUP

 

Alderman

Sonia

Copeland

UUP

 

Alderman

Tom

Haire

DUP

 

Councillor

Carol

Howard

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

John

Kyle

PUP

 

Councillor

Geraldine

McAteer

SF

 Chair

 

West Belfast DPCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Ms

Aoife

Nic an tSaoir

Outreach and Engagement Officer

None

Mr

Paul

McDonnell

Teacher

None

Mr

Ewan

Suttie

Homeless sector worker and Cross Community Worker

Treasurer for PUP

Mr

Michael

O'Hara

Retired Procurement Manager Bombardier

Community Volunteer

Canvased for SF

Mr

Michael

George

Community Restorative Justice Coordinator

Canvassed for SF

 

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

Michelle

Kelly

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

Matt

Collins

People Before Profit Party

 

Councillor

Michael

Donnelly

SF

 

Councillor

Claire

Canavan

SF

 

Councillor

Brian

Heading

SDLP

 

Alderman

Frank

McCoubrey

DUP

Chair 

 

 

Causeway Coast & Glens PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Mr

Sam

McGregor

Former Director of Development Services, Leisure and Tourism

None

Miss

Leanne

Abernethy

Restorative Practitioner & Community Development officer

Member of DUP

Mr

Derek

McDonald

Business Consultant

None

Mrs

Caroline

White

Garment technologist

Member SF

Mrs

Ann

McNickle

Manager of Causeway Rural & Urban Network

None

Mrs

Adele

Tomb

Office Manager / Case Worker

Canvassed for DUP

Mrs

Patricia

McQuillan

Community Worker

Canvassed for DUP

Mr

Lee

Kane

Engagement Manager - Voice Of Young People In Care (VOYPIC)

None

Mr

Steven

Chambers

Self-Employed Management Consultant

Member Conservatives (NI)

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Alderman

George

Duddy

DUP

 

Councillor

Leanne

Peacock

SF

 

Councillor

Darryl

Wilson

UUP

 

Councillor

Adrian McQuillan

DUP

 

Councillor

Ashleen

Schenning

SDLP

 

Councillor

John

McAuley

DUP

 

Councillor

Oliver

McMullan

SF

Chair

Councillor

Sandra

Hunter

UUP

 

Councillor

James

McCorkell

DUP

 

Councillor

Brenda

Chivers

SF

 

 

Derry & Strabane PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Mr

Thomas

Conway

Farmer

None

Mrs

Rachel

Forbes

Manager in project and business management

None

Ms

Linda

Watson

Co-ordinator of Community Group

Member of DUP

Mr

Aodh

McCay

Retired teacher

None

Miss

Una

McCartney

Senior Youth Worker

Member of SF

Mrs

Mary

Casey

Higher education and voluntary community worker.

Canvassed for SDLP
Acted as a Political Agent for SDLP

Mr

Paul

Boggs

Student Teacher.

Member of SF
Canvassed on behalf of or helped at elections.

Mrs

Margaret

Hall

Primary Care Co-Ordinator

None

Mr

Mark

Doherty

Trained Mediator and Community volunteer.

Member of SF
Canvassed for SF
Acted as a Political Agent

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Alderman

Maurice

Devenney

DUP

 

Councillor

Jason

Barr

SDLP

 

Alderman

Graham

Warke

DUP

 

Councillor

Sandra

Duffy

SF

 

Councillor

Paul

Fleming

SF

 

Councillor

Martin

Reilly

SDLP

Chair

Alderman

Hilary

McClintock

DUP

 

Alderman

Darren

Guy

UUP

 

Councillor

John

Boyle

SDLP

 

Councillor

Michaela

Boyle

SF

 

 

Fermanagh & Omagh PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Mrs

Pauline

Treacy

Social Worker in Primary Care and Older Peoples Service

None

Mrs

Bernie

McCrory

Chief Executive Officer, Hospital Manager and Part time Lecturer in Law and Business

None

Miss

Margaret

McCrory

Hairdresser

None

Mr

Norman

Kirkpatrick

Welfare Advice and Appeals Advisor  and a Health and Safety advisor and Trainer

None

Mrs

Monica

Coyle

Retired Community Midwife

None

Mrs

Vida

Lake

Retired lecturer of holistic therapies

None

Ms

Noeleen

Hayes

Community volunteer

Member of SF
Stood as a candidate
Canvassed or helped with elections

Mrs

Sarah

McQuaid

User Forum Facilitator for a disability charity

None

Ms

Maria

Thompson

Housing Manager

None

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

Paul

Blake

SDLP

 

Councillor

Josephine

Deehan

Independent

 

Councillor

Stephen

Donnelly

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

Keith

Elliott

DUP

 

Councillor

Tommy

Maguire

SF

 

Councillor

John

McClaughry

UUP

 

Councillor

Barry

McElduff

SF

 

Councillor

Donal

O'Cofaigh

Cross Community Labour Alternative

 

Councillor

Thomas

O'Reilly

SF

Chair

Councillor

Allan

Rainey

UUP

 

 

Lisburn & Castlereagh PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Published Information

Political Activity

Mr

Donald

McBurney

Retired Primary School Teacher

None

Mrs

Pauline

Leeson

Chief Executive of Children in Northern Ireland.  Social Worker.

None

Ms

Andrina

Landa

Probation Service Officer

None

Mrs

Yvonne

Craig

Clinical Support Officer NIAS

Member of DUP

Miss

Aisling

Twomey

Community Worker

Member of Alliance Party & past member of SDLP

Mrs

Grace

Conroy

Community and Voluntary Sector

None

Mrs

Preeti

Yellamaty

Key Worker in Drugs and Alcohol Intervention Service for Young and Rapid Response Service for PBNI

None

Mr

George

Doran

Student and Community Volunteer

Member of DUP

Mr

Justin

Bentley

Information Technology with a focus on Cyber Security, Cyber Awarenss, Data Protection and GDPR

None

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

Andrew

Ewing

DUP

 

Councillor

Andrew

Gowan

DUP

 

Councillor

Nathan

Anderson

DUP

 

Councillor

Sharon

Skillen

DUP

 

Councillor

Ryan

Carlin

SF

 

Councillor

Michelle

Guy

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

Aaron

McIntyre

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

Tim

Mitchell

UUP

 

Councillor

Alex

Swan

UUP

Chair

Councillor

Johnny

McCarthy

SDLP

 

 

Mid & East Antrim PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Miss

Wendy

Kerr

Manager Regional Community Organisation

None

Mrs

Marjorie

Hawkins

Counsellor

Past member of Alliance Party
Canvassed for party

Rev

Norman

Hamilton

Retired Minister

None

Mrs

Elizabeth

Maxwell

Civil Servant

None

Ms

Gillian

Gordon

Community Group Worker

None

Mrs

Charlene

Thompson

Civil Servant

None

Mrs

Brenda

Leslie

Project Worker for Women’s Aid

None

Ms

Mary

Watson

Retired Primary School Teacher and Community Volunteer

None

Mr

Thomas

Scott

Retired Teacher and Community Volunteer

Member of UUP

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

Marc

Collins

DUP

 

Alderman

John

Carson

DUP

 

Councillor

Danny

Donnelly

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

Timothy

Gaston

TUV

 

Councillor

Thomas

Gordon

DUP

 

Councillor

Lauren

Gray

Alliance Party

 

Councillor

Cheryl

Johnston

DUP

 

Councillor

John

McDermott

UUP

Chair

Councillor

Gregg

McKeen

DUP

 

Councillor

Andrew

Wilson

UUP

 

 

Mid Ulster PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Mrs

Fiona

Crawford

Mental Health Care Worker

None

Mrs

Sulakashana (Sue)

Chada

Part time Interpreter and part time Lecturer

None

Mr

Ciarán

McElhone

Constituency Support Advisor

Past elected representative and
Member of SF

Mr

Pearse

McFlynn

Law and Politics Graduate.

Member of SF

Mr

Seán

Mac Giolla Cheara

Constituency Officer Manager specialising in Welfare Advice.  Community volunteer

Past elected representative and
Member of SF

Mrs

Grace

Meerbeek

Community Volunteer

None

Mr

Paul

McErlean

Tachograph Technician and Politics Student

Member of SDLP
Carried out activity on behalf of SDLP

Mrs

Alexandra

Black

Community Volunteer

None

Mrs

Hayley

Wilson

Chartered Planning Consultant and Community Volunteer

None

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

John

McNamee

SF

 

Councillor

Sean

McPeake

SF

 

Councillor

Brian

McGuigan

SF

 

Councillor

Cathal

Mallaghan

SF

 

Councillor

Dominic

Molloy

SF

 

Councillor

Frances

Burton

DUP

 

Councillor

Clement

Cuthbertson

DUP

 

Councillor

Anne

Forde

DUP

 

Councillor

Derek

McKinney

UUP

 

Councillor

Christine

McFlynn

SDLP

Chair

 

Newry Mourne & Down PCSP

Independent Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Occupation

Political Activity

Mrs

Michelle

Osborne

Civil Servant

Member of SF

Mrs

Audrey

Byrne

Retailer - Traditional Toy Shop Owner.  Local Business Community Volunteer

Past member of SDLP

Ms

Grace

McQuiston

Retired Production Manager and Community Volunteer

None

Mr

Dan

McEvoy

Former Civil Servant and Community Volunteer

No activity in last 5 years

Mr

Richard

Orme

Community Volunteer

None

Mrs

Tara

Campbell

Personal Banker and Community Volunteer

None

Mrs

Breige

Jennings

Community and Voluntary Sector Worker.

None

Miss

Sarah

Murphy

Trainee Solicitor

None

      Appointment to be confirmed  

 

Political Members

Title

Forename

Surname

Party

 

Councillor

Willie

Clarke

SF

 

Councillor

Hugh

Gallagher

SDLP

 

Councillor

Oonagh

Hanlon

SF

 

Councillor

Sean

Doran

SF

 

Councillor

Declan

Murphy

SF

 

Councillor

Alan

Lewis

UUP

 

Councillor

Mickey

Ruane

SF

 

Councillor

Michael

Savage

SDLP

 

Councillor

John

Trainor

SDLP

Chair

Councillor

William

Walker

DUP

 

 

  • DUP: Democratic Unionist Party
  • PUP: Progressive Unionist Party
  • SDLP: Social Democratic and Labour Party
  • SF: Sinn Féin
  • TUV: Traditional Unionist Voice
  • UUP: Ulster Unionist Party