Concerns raised about PSNI legacy recruitment

CAJ deputy director Daniel Holder. Picture by Hugh Russell
Connla Young
Concerns have been raised about the recruitment process to a controversial PSNI unit. It has emerged that four former temporary workers at the PSNI's Legacy Support Unit have been given full-time positions in the powerful department. The unit screens sensitive information before it is passed to coroners investigating Troubles-related incidents. It is responsible for deciding what information is handed over or if it should be redacted. The special unit has been criticised in the past over delays in providing information to inquests. It emerged last year that three key members of the Legacy[...]

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