United Kingdom: Policing in Northern Ireland: A new beginning?
This report contains Amnesty's initial comments on the Police (Northern Ireland) Bill: where it believes that the challenge now facing Parliament is to ensure that legislation will provide for a policing service in Northern Ireland which will fulfil the law enforcement responsibilities fairly, which will be fully accountable for its actions, and which will have the confidence of all sides of the community. The Bill, as it currently stands, does not in, Amnesty's opinion, meet this challenge.
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