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NI Policing Board

Northern Ireland Policing Board
Waterside Tower, 31 Clarendon Road
Belfast
BT1 3BG
United Kingdom

The Policing Board is an independent public body made up of 19 Political and Independent Members established to ensure for all the people of Northern Ireland an effective, efficient, impartial, representative and accountable police service.

The main statutory duties and responsibilities of the Policing Board are to:

  • secure an effective and efficient local police service;
  • appoint (and dismiss, if necessary) the Chief Constable, Deputy Chief Constable, Assistant Chief Constables and senior civilian staff;
  • consult widely with local people on how their area is policed;
  • set priorities and targets for police performance;
  • monitor the work of the police and how well they perform against the targets set by the Policing Board;
  • publish a rolling three year policing plan each year which informs people what they can expect from their police service and reports on police performance every year;
  • ensure local people get best value from the police;
  • oversee complaints against senior officers;
  • discipline senior officers.

NI Policing Board's Content

Event
Seminar

NI Policing Board

The Northern Ireland Policing Board is hosting a series of lunchtime seminars to facilitate discussion around a number of key policing issues.

News

NI Policing Board

The NI Policing Board is currently recruiting for the appointment of Independent Members to Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (PCSPs). They are holding several information evenings to allow anyone interested to find out more.

More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

Team

  • Ciara O Neill
  • Neil Lavery