Policing + Police Ombudsman = Accountability?
The creation of the office of the Police Ombudsman was a significant step in the reform of Northern Ireland’s police force. But has it made a difference? The Detail investigates.
Wave of Alerts Continue Unabated
There have been 8 security alerts in Northern Ireland in the last week, with the trend not slowing since the death of Constable Ronan Kerr.
Community Policing: A look at good practice in England and Northern Ireland
Schemes running in southern England and East Belfast show
how communities can partner effectively with police in their neighbourhoods
Schemes running in southern England and East Belfast show how communities can partner effectively with police in their neighbourhoods
Officials from across NI stand united: Kerr bombers will not destabilise the peace process
Robinson, McGuinness, and others condemn killing of PSNI Constable Ronan Kerr as trade unions organise Belfast peace rally
Update on Omagh Investigation
The lead detective of the investigation into the murder of Constable Ronan Kerr spoke at a press conference in Omagh this afternoon.
The End of 50-50
50-50 recruitment no longer exists. As expected, it was not a quiet end to a controversial policy.
Stuck in the Middle
One young youth worker's experience of walking through Maghera one night.
Changes to the PSNI’s DNA database may be on the horizon
Policing Board announces new strategy to keep victims updated on investigations
The Northern Ireland Policing Board hopes its new policy to give victims a progress report within ten days will improve community-police relations.