Criminal justice inspector to prioritise review into PSNI disclosure methods

The Criminal Justice Inspectorate (CJI) is to review the PSNI’s disclosure methods following the Police Ombudsman historic cases controversy.

Chief inspector of criminal justice Brendan McGuigan pledged to prioritise the work and will begin drawing up terms of reference immediately.

A report is due in six months.

CJI is an independent statutory inspectorate with responsibility for inspecting all aspects of the criminal justice system in Northern Ireland, apart from the judiciary.

Last week, it emerged that the PSNI failed to disclose “significant information” relating to a notorious loyalist mass shooting.
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