The publication of the Triennial Report (1991–4) by PANI coincided with the end of a fairly long term of office for the outgoing Chairman, who took the opportunity to declare personal views in the report on the way forward. Clearly his thinking was influenced by the proposals for reform in England and Wales combined with a frustration born out of the necessarily low profile of the Authority during the previous 24 years and his belief that PANI was deprived of any way in which it could ensure that its views would be reflected in policing policy.
KeywordsPolice Service Community Consultation Irish Government Tripartite Structure Consultation Exercise
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