Policing

Northern Ireland written question – answered on 17th January 2005.

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Photo of Sylvia Hermon Sylvia Hermon Shadow Spokesperson (Women), Shadow Spokesperson (Trade and Industry), Shadow Spokesperson (Culture, Media and Sport), Shadow Spokesperson (Home Affairs)

To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what the average number of hours worked by part-time reserve police officers was during 2004, broken down by district command unit area.

Photo of Ian Pearson Ian Pearson Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Northern Ireland Office

The information requested is set out in the following table which has been provided by the PSNI.

Average number of hours worked by part-time police officers between 1 December 2003 and 30 November 2004
DCU Total hours Number of part-time reserve officers Yearly average Monthly average
Belfast South 13,521.25 55 245.84 20.49
Lisburn 20,370.75 58 351.22 29.27
Belfast North 15,080.50 67 225.08 18.76
Antrim 4,844.75 18 269.15 22.43
Carrickfergus 7,918.25 30 263.94 22.00
Newtownabbey 13,957.00 51 273.67 22.81
Belfast East 14,874.00 66 225.36 18.78
Castlereagh 6,058.25 42 144.24 12.02
North Down 10,237.50 40 255.94 21.33
Ards 17,831.50 69 258.43 21.54
Down 8,362.75 22 380.13 31.68
Armagh 4,804.50 16 300.28 25.02
Banbridge 9,158.00 29 315.79 26.32
Newry and Mourne 747.00 3 249.00 20.75
Craigavon 8,145.25 29 280.87 23.41
Cookstown 730.25 4 182.56 15.21
Dungannon and South

Tyrone

2,736.50 10 273.65 22.80
Fermanagh 7,907.50 24 329.48 27.46
Omagh 5,529.75 20 276.49 23.04
Foyle 1,418.25 8 177.28 14.77
Strabane 4,368.00 16 273.00 22.75
Coleraine 15,040.75 37 406.51 33.88
Limavady 1,183.00 5 236.60 19.72
Magherafelt 814.00 4 203.50 16.96
Ballymena 10,083.50 34 296.57 24.71
Ballymoney and Moyle 2,087.75 8 260.97 21.75
Larne 5,679.75 19 298.93 24.91

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