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Patten Commission Report on Policing in Northern Ireland

Christopher H. Smith

Patten Commission Report on Policing in Northern Ireland

Hearing Before the Committee on International Relations, U.S. House of Representatives

by Christopher H. Smith

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Published by Diane Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political Freedom & Security - Human Rights,
  • Political Science,
  • Law,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10856951M
    ISBN 100756716500
    ISBN 109780756716509

    The Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland, headed by Lord Patten, concluded in its report: ‘A new beginning for democratic accountability is key to a new beginning for policing and to involving the community as a whole in the delivery of policing. We recommend that an entirely new Policing Board be created ’ This book is about the delivery of that new beginning Author: Desmond Rea.   The location of the new Northern Ireland police service in an all-Ireland structure would provide the Republic with a developing role in the policing of Northern Ireland. The Republic of Ireland, to which the Patten report gives this developing role in policing in Northern Ireland, has effectively been a safe haven for the IRA and other.

    REFORM of policing and the disbandment of the RUC was a crucial but controversial aspect of the peace process. The Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland was intended as a . The commission persevered, and produced a report containing recommendations. It was by far the most radical reform of policing in the history of Northern : Gerry Moriarty.

    A New Beginning for Policing in Northern Ireland (the Patten Report) Maurice Hayes, A Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland? (Belfast: Stationery Office, ). Police (Northern Ireland) Act Peter Mandelson, MP, statement to the House of Commons during the second reading of the Police (Northern Ireland) Bill , 29 June Author: Mary O'Rawe. Parliament ) through to the Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland () (the ‘Patten Report’), the continual processes of police reform and.


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Patten Commission Report on Policing in Northern Ireland by Christopher H. Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

Patten Commission Report on Policing in Northern Ireland: Hearing Before the Committee on International Relations, U.S. House of Representatives [Christopher H. Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In September the independent commission headed by Chris Patten handed down its report on policing in Northern Ireland, making recommendations.

Book Description: The Patten Report on policing in Northern Ireland was a benchmark in the Belfast Agreement, signaling an end to sectarian violence in the North. ning: Policing in Northern Ireland,’’ and to hear from its principal author, the Right Honorable Chris Patten.

This report was released on September 9 by the Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland which was established by the Good Friday Agree-ment in April [Copies of the report are available by contacting the Sub-File Size: 2MB. Police, Community and Conflict in Northern Ireland. Police Reform and Political Transition.

Assessing the New Landscape of Policing in Northern Ireland. The Patten Report: An International Template for Police Reform. Conclusion. ReferencesCited by: 4. The Independent Commission on Policing in Northern Ireland was set up as part of the Agreement reached in Belfast on 10 April In a preamble to that Agreement, the participantsFile Size: KB.

The Northern Ireland police and the Garda Siochana should have written protocols covering key aspects of cooperation. [para. ] The present pattern of meetings between the police services in Northern Ireland and the Republic should be enhanced by an annual conference, designed to drive forward cooperation in areas of common concern.

A senior member of the Patten commission today launches a powerful attack on the government for "gutting" the independent report on the future of policing in Northern Ireland. One of the most disappointing aspects of the Patten Report is its complete failure to address the question of whether or not the police in Northern Ireland should be obliged, along with most other public authorities in Northern Ireland, to comply with the equality duties (to promote equality of opportunity and good relations).

The article suggests that while the report of the Independent Commission on Policing (ICP) provides a police reform blueprint for Northern Ireland and elsewhere, it can also be seen as an attempt Author: Aogan Mulcahy.

• Patten report: The terms of reference of the Patten commission called on it to "inquire into policing in Northern Ireland and, on the basis of Author: Clifford Shearing. The Patten Report comes across as far more than a catalogue of envisages the best conceivable model for a demilitarised RUC and then works backwards.

The report is all about Author: David Mckittrick. The Patten Commission?s goal was neither to defend nor attack the RUC. Instead they asked: how can we get a new beginning for policing in Northern Ireland based on cooperation between the police and the community, including both Unionists and Nationalists.

Publication of Patten report When the Patten Commission's report on policing in Northern Ireland was published on 9 September it was immediately slammed by the Unionist parties, cautiously. On 9 September the Commission produced its report, entitled A New Beginning: Policing in Northern Ireland popularly known as the Patten Report, which contained symbolic and practical recommendations.

I researched and cowrote, with Prof John McGarry, a book on policing Northern Ireland, and submitted it to the Patten Commission - which cited it in its report, positively.

The book was carefully. The Patten Report which in produced the blueprint for policing in Northern Ireland had recommended a standing total of 7, officers for peacetime policing.

The peace that was envisaged never arrived: nineteen years later some 27% of the budget still has to be given over to security-related issues, and the total number of officers is down. Inthe Independent Commission On Policing For Northern Ireland, headed by Lord Patten, concluded that ‘A new beginning for democratic accountability is key to a new beginning for policing.

13 See Christopher Patten, A New Beginning: Policing in Northern Ireland, the Report of the Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland,p.

3 and p. 14 ECRI, General Policy Recommendation No. 11 on Combating Racism and Racial Discrimination in Policing, CRI()39, adopted on 29 June   Frustrating Patten: Commentary on the Patten Report—A New Beginning: Policing in Northern Ireland.

The Report of the Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland Show all authors. Mike Tomlinson. Mike Tomlinson. Queen's University, Belfast See all articles by this by: 4. Get this from a library! Report of the Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland: updated implementation plan.

[Chris Patten; Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland.].The author of the controversial report on policing in Northern Ireland says he is encouraged by the response of RUC officers to its recommendations.

Speaking on BBC's Breakfast with Frost programme, Chris Patten said that the response of RUC officers should be contrasted with that of politicians.Get this from a library! A new beginning: policing in Northern Ireland: the report of the Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland.

[Chris Patten; Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland (Great Britain)].