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Policing in Northern IrelandDelivering the New Beginning?$
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Desmond Rea and Robin Masefield

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9781781381502

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2016

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781781381502.001.0001

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The PSNI Estate Strategy, Including the Police College

The PSNI Estate Strategy, Including the Police College

(p.421) Chapter Fourteen The PSNI Estate Strategy, Including the Police College
Policing in Northern Ireland

Desmond Rea

Robin Masefield

Liverpool University Press

This chapter deals with the evolving estate strategy of the PSNI beginning with the recommendations in the Independent Commission’s report about modernising existing police stations and making them less forbidding, and ending with a section on the long-delayed proposed Police College which was also a recommendation of the Commission. The chapter looks at these issues primarily from the perspective of the Policing Board, including the process that the Board devised for consideration of proposed closures of police stations, along with consultation with the relevant DPP and the local community. It also notes the inter-relationship between the Policing Board’s oversight of the PSNI’s estate strategy implementation, and the British Government’s commitment to security normalisation as part of the political and peace processes. The concluding section describes the Board’s role in relation to the proposed College at Desertcreat, near Cookstown.

Keywords:   Estate strategy, Police college, Desertcreat, Police station closures, Security normalisation

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