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The next PSNI chief constable is set to be chosen by the Northern Ireland Policing Board tomorrow. The four candidates for the post are PSNI officers Steve Martin and Mark Hamilton and two police officers from Great Britain, Jon Boutcher and Simon Byrne, BBC News reports.

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Solicitor Marie Anderson is set to be recommended by Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley for appointment as Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland. Mrs Anderson, a graduate of Queen's University Belfast who qualified as a solicitor in 1985, will step down from her current post as Public Services

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Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has been challenged to clarify the details of a car crash at An Garda Síochána's headquarters following conflicting reports about the incident. An unmarked PSNI vehicle carrying Mr Harris as a passenger was damaged after striking a bollard as it attempted

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The Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland (PONI) has called on the Department of Justice to launch a review into police failures to disclose "significant" evidence related to legacy cases to the watchdog. Dr Michael Maguire said his investigators had identified significant, sensitive information, so

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PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton has announced plans to retire this summer, turning down an offer for a three-year extension to his contract. Mr Hamilton, who was appointed to the top policing post in June 2014, will now leave the role at the end of June 2019.

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