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Police Service praised for progress on scientific services


Police Service praised for progress on scientific services

30/10/2009
Criminal Justice Inspection and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary have praised the progress made by the PSNI to improve its Scientific Support Services in their latest joint follow-up review. View review. View Press Release.

The review is the third and final review to be carried out by the Inspectorates to assess progress against the recommendations made in their original 2005 inspection report.  Speaking following the publication of the review, Brendan McGuigan, Deputy Chief Inspector of Criminal Justice said: “Out of the original 25 recommendations made, just four are outstanding and we are confident these will be completed in line with the final Action Plan developed by the PSNI.  Scientific Support plays an important role in the identification and detection of crime and Inspectors are pleased that much has been done to address the concerns raised in the original inspection report during the last four years.  We are confident that any outstanding issues will be seen as a priority and will receive the attention of the PSNI until this work is completed.”
 
To view the 2007 and 2008 reviews please follow the links.


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