Ongoing Data Exchange Between Garda And PSNI To Be Safeguarded

Legal measures to ensure the ongoing data exchange between Gardaí and the PSNI in the north will be maintained post-Brexit.

It is understood that approximately 70,000 pieces of information was shared between forces in 2018.

The continuation of the agreement was the focus of a special sitting of the Oireachtas Justice Committee on Brexit with Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan and his senior officials, held this morning, Wednesday 27 February, according to reports.

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