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Follow-Up Review welcomes progress on Roads Policing issues


Follow-Up Review welcomes progress on Roads Policing issues

18/11/2010
A new report on Roads Policing in Northern Ireland published today by CJI has welcomed the progress made in this critical area over the last two years to progress eight of the nine recommendations made by the Inspectorate in its original 2008 inspection report. View Report. View Press Release.

This report acknowledges the effort made to date by the PSNI to take forward the recommendations for which it had responsibility and which aimed to strengthen the way Road Policing was managed and implemented. 
 
Speaking following the publication of the review, Brendan McGuigan Deputy Chief Inspector of Criminal Justice in Northern Ireland said:  “Inspectors welcome the work that has taken place in relation to the recommendations contained in the report which aim to improve road safety.”


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