Countryside Alliance Ireland meet with PSNI Firearms Chief
Countryside Alliance Ireland’s Chief Executive, Lyall Plant, met with Nichola Murphy, Head of PSNI Firearms and Explosives Branch on Wednesday 3 October to discuss a number of topics. These included the Auditor’s Report, general licence issues and the performance of the on line system.
The online application system has for the vast majority proved to be an excellent service with a quick turnaround. However, Lyall did address the backlog affecting a number of applicants.
Ms Murphy advised that every effort is being made to address the back log of cases that are being addressed by Senior Licensing Managers, in that cases are being classified as more complex or require a Senior Managers decision
Countryside Alliance Ireland will continue to fully engage with PSNI FEB to represent our members’ interests and to address their concerns