Ref NoPOL35/18/615
Alt Ref NoPOL35/615
TitleTypescript memorandum on the problems of policing in Northern Ireland
DescriptionTypescript memorandum by [Brendan Duddy] on the problems of policing in Northern Ireland, and offering proposals for change. Advocating a two-tier set-up with a centralised police service (CID), and local Community Action Groups (CAG), the latter to deal with community problems and petty crime, and in conjunction with complaints bureaus, and people's tribunals - illustrating his ideas with the example of Derry. Submitting that 'in itself, prior to any British disengagement, the CAG is essential' (p.2); and 'The Irish Republican Army should assist the CAGs in all possible ways, with advice, financial support, intelligence etc. It should not attempt to manipulate the CAGs...'(p 3). (With a caption by [√Čamonn Downey] suggesting a date before Secretary of State Roy Mason's tenure of office.)
Date[early 1970s]
Extent2 items
Persons
CodePersonNameDatesParallel forms of name
DS/UK/13Duddy; Brendan (1936-); Mr.; Intermediary, Pacifist, Businessman, Key figure in Northern Ireland Peace Process1936-
    Powered by CalmView© 2008-2020