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Tag Archives: Northen Ireland
Here’s a summary of the oft-mentioned Rialto, California body-worn camera experiment. It emphasizes that the positive effects (reduced police use of force and fewer citizen complaints) were not due solely to the technology, but rather “the combination of the camera … Continue reading
Following up on an earlier post about deep budget cuts facing policing in Northern Ireland, this article reports reductions in neighborhood policing teams and other community engagement initiatives. According to one critic, “It is quite clear many of the things we expect a … Continue reading
Police in the UK have been facing significant budget cuts and Northern Ireland is no exception. According to this article the chief constable of the PSNI will be outlining serious consequences of the looming budget reductions for his agency.