27/02/2019

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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