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£20 million is just 'sticking plaster' for force

Money allocated to the PSNI will go towards resisting terror attacks, but won't be enough to sustain a 'first-class service', it is claimed.

£20 million is just 'sticking plaster' for force

Date - 21st January 2015
By - Scott Docherty - Police Oracle
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has received £20 million funding to maintain frontline policing provision. It was allocated to the force in order to meet the pressures it has been placed under recently, including to help deal...
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