News

Welcome to the News Room.  On this page, you can view all the statements and news releases issued by the Policing Board.

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Response to hate crime discussed

08 May 2014
Policing Board Members today discussed the police response to hate crime and also heard from the Rainbow Project

Annual Crime Statistics published

08 May 2014
The latest crime statistics for Northern Ireland show that there were 102,746 crimes recorded by the PSNI in 2013/14.

Board seeks Independent Volunteers to monitor PSNI recruitment process

28 April 2014
The Policing Board is looking for volunteers to monitor future PSNI recruitment campaigns.

New Corporate Plan Published

03 April 2014
The Northern Ireland Policing Board today published its new Corporate Plan for 2014 – 2017.

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