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Historical inquiry unit for Northern Ireland 'would need 600 detectives'

Changes in criminal investigation standards and shortage of homicide detectives make new unit unrealistic MPs told.

Mark Lindsay said the new unit would be a 'parallel police service'

Mark Lindsay said the new unit would be a 'parallel police service'

Date - 30th October 2019
By - Gary Mason
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The Historical Investigations Unit (HIU) being proposed to investigate a large number of undetected murders in Northern Ireland over a five year period would need 600 extra detectives to staff it, a former senior police officer has warned. The...
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