PSNI


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PSNI

abbreviation for
Police Service of Northern Ireland, established in 2000
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The statement added the bonfire had been "unlawfully constructed" on council land and that a "letter of complaint citing aggravated trespass" had been sent to the PSNI, who said it would consider its contents.
[ClickPress, Tue Mar 05 2019] PSNI Global Alliance is pleased to announce the addition of SKS Technologies to its global network of AV integrators in a move that strengthens PSNI's presence in the APAC market.
A PSNI spokeswoman said: "A member of the public alerted police to a man smashing the window of a car parked at the cemetery at around 11.30am.
After questioning, the PSNI said detectives were drawing up a file to be handed to prosecutors who would decide whether to press charges.
"A 65-year-old man arrested by detectives from PSNI's Serious Crime Branch investigating the abduction and murder of Jean McConville in 1972 on Wednesday, 30th April has been released pending a report to the PPS," the PSNI said in a statement.
A Police Service of Northern Ireland spokeswoman said: "As part of an ongoing process, units from West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, Strathclyde and Northumbria will be training with PSNI units over the next few months to develop skills, experience and knowledge.
The PSNI's recruitment campaign follows a shortfall in experienced detectives as a result of a large number leaving under severance arrangements in the aftermath of the Patten report on policing in the region.
The Secretary of State said, 'Hugh Orde is recognised across the world as a police officer of immense ability and professionalism whose leadership of the PSNI is quite simply outstanding.
The PSNI has been left seriously under-manned after scores of officers quit under special severance arrangements in the wake of the Patten Report.
The 400-page print version of the reference catalog is published annually by PSNI and contains an extensive group of products available from 183 manufacturers.
Sinn Fein Councillor JJ Magee said: "This delayed response by PSNI to this assault on a member of staff is disgraceful.