The Northern Ireland Policing Board has appointed ACC Drew Harris as the new Deputy Chief Constable
Issues regarding the provision of information to the Police Ombudsman's office have been resolved
Research on the policing of cybercrime, the first of its kind to be commissioned in Northern Ireland, has been published
Board Chair Anne Connolly has voiced her condemnation at the gun attack on police officers in Derry early this morning.
The Policing Board today met with the the Presbyterian Church in Ireland to discuss a range of issues
The Northern Ireland Policing Board has published its annual report which contains an overview of the work of the Board
Members of the Policing Board today received a briefing from ACC Kerr on the policing plans in place for the Twelfth
Members of the Policing Board have met with representatives from key organisations across Northern Ireland
The Policing Board has confirmed that Stephen Martin will be substantively appointed as ACC for the PSNI
The Board as part of its role as Police Pension Scheme Administrator is responsible for providing information to scheme
Members of the Board questioned senior PSNI officers on the cause of the the highest number of complaints against PSNI
Custody Visitors across Northern Ireland have made 857 unannounced visits to people being held in police custody
The Northern Ireland Policing Board has confirmed that George Hamilton will take up the position of Chief Constable
The Northern Ireland Policing Board has appointed George Hamilton as the new Chief Constable for the PSNI
The latest survey on the public’s perception of policing in Northern Ireland has been published today
Board Chair Anne Connolly has voiced her support for the latest police officer recruitment campaign which opens today.
Policing Board Members today discussed the police response to hate crime and also heard from the Rainbow Project
The latest crime statistics for Northern Ireland show that there were 102,746 crimes recorded by the PSNI in 2013/14.
The Policing Board is looking for volunteers to monitor future PSNI recruitment campaigns.
The Northern Ireland Policing Board today published its new Corporate Plan for 2014 – 2017.