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RUC CHIEF CONSTABLE'S ANNUAL REPORT

The Chief Constable's Annual Report summarises the activities carried out by the Royal Ulster Constabulary during the year to which it refers. It is produced by the RUC and through text, tables, photographs and high quality graphics depicts the range of RUC work. The areas covered in some detail in the body of the report are - crime and security, including anti-racketeering, crime prevention and domestic violence; personnel and training; traffic policy and traffic accidents; support services including expenditure, organisation, communications and computer services, and community relations, including the juvenile liaison scheme, police educational programme, the youth activity schemes and victim support. The Chief Constable's 'Strategy Statement' is set out in one of the Appendices which also contain statistics on crime, terrorist related crime, traffic accidents and personnel matters.


Published by: Royal Ulster Constabulary Available from: The Chief Constable
RUC Headquarters
Brooklyn
Knock Road, Belfast
BT5 6LE
Latest edition: 1992 Price: Free ISBN: Not Applicable


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