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Some of the PSNI Policies and Procedures can be viewed and explored here.
PSNI Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras are used in various types of patrol cars, Roads Policing patrol cars, as well as at dedicated fixed sites.
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The PSNI is committed to mainstream equality, diversity and good relations into all its Employment Practices, Service Delivery Processes and Procurement Exercises.
ANPR works by scanning vehicle registrations and checking them against information stored in databases to identify vehicles of interest.
The PSNI is committed to mainstream equality, diversity and good relations.
The protection of human rights has always been at the core of policing. The introduction of the Human Rights Act 1998 in October 2000 served to formalise this in a way that had not before existed.
PSNI Policy contributes to confidence amongst communities and partners of our commitment to service delivery through accountability, collaboration, fairness, courtesy, respect and ultimately Keeping People Safe.
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