Results and Analysis of the Local Policing Review Consultation: Your Police Service, Your Views

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Abstract

In November 2018 the Northern Ireland Policing Board (the Policing Board) commissioned Ulster University to conduct a review of the submissions made to the ‘Local Policing Review: 2018 Public Consultation’. The research team were tasked with the following:

-Review the Priority Simulator final report and draw out and summarise the findings;
-Review the responses from the open ended questions and summarise the key issues;
-Provide independent analysis in relation to responses against Policing District, age and sex;
-Produce a final independent report, which will analyse the results of both methodologies and summarise the key findings.

The following report provides a comprehensive analysis of the public’s responses to the consultation and concludes with a series of reflections based on an interpretation of the overall findings. It is important to note that the University were provided with the data (results from the consultation) from the Policing Board and the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), and therefore, this report is an exploration and analysis of that data, which was derived from a methodology designed and employed by the PSNI and the Policing Board.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBelfast
Commissioning bodyNorthern Ireland Policing Board
Number of pages116
Publication statusPublished - 5 Nov 2019

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Keywords

  • Policing; local; community; visibility; consultation

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