At the first formal meeting of the Northern Ireland Policing Board today
Survey findings on the public’s perception of policing in Northern Ireland have been published.
The PSNI and the NIPB are seeking your views to help shape the future of policing.
The following line should be attributed to Policing Board Chair Anne Connolly:
Latest survey findings on the public’s perception of policing in Northern Ireland have been published.
Speaking about the Police Ombdusman’s Report in relation to how the PSNI dealt with Sean Hegarty who was found guilty
The Northern Ireland Policing Board has published its Annual Report which provides a review of Board performance
The Policing Board has set 14 recommendations for the PSNI to improve how they deal with race hate crime
The Northern Ireland Policing Board hosted the first in a series of lunchtime seminars today.
Annual crime figures published today by the PSNI reveal that 98,076 crimes were recorded in Northern Ireland last year
Condemning those responsible for the device left in Ardoyne, Policing Board Chair Anne Connolly said:
Condemning those behind the attempted attack on a police officer in Londonderry, Policing Board Vice Chair
The Policing Board, in partnership with Belfast PCSP held a public meeting (23 January) in Belfast City Hall
Policing Board Chair Anne Connolly has condemned the shooting of a police officer in Belfast.
Complaints against the PSNI have reduced by 7% in the last 6 months, Members of the Policing Board’s Performance Committ
The Policing Board has approved the 2016 PSNI Estate Strategy which outlines PSNI plans for major and minor works, custo
Policing Board Chair Anne Connolly has congratulated ACC Kerr on his move to the National Crime Agency, Anne Connolly sa
Further to the Board statement issued on the 11th November, Members of the Policing Board today agreed that student offi
Members of the Policing Board held a special meeting (10/11/16) to consider the final plans for implementation
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