PFNI condemns attacks on Officer homes

The Chairman of the Police Federation for Northern Ireland, Mark Lindsay, has condemned attacks on the homes of Police Officers.

PFNI condemns attacks on Officer homes

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The Chairman of the Police Federation for Northern Ireland, Mark Lindsay, has condemned attacks on the homes of Police Officers.

PFNI condemns attacks on Officer homes

The Chairman of the Police Federation for Northern Ireland, Mark Lindsay, has condemned attacks on the homes of Police Officers.

Reacting to news of the arrests of nine people on suspicion of involvement in life-threatening attacks on Officers, Mr Lindsay said: “We’ve seen far too many attacks on the homes of Officers. Families have been left traumatised. Fortunately, no one was injured. They are a clear attempt to bully, intimidate and terrorise, but they won’t succeed. 

“I wish to place on record the Federation’s abhorrence and disgust over what happened. Officers and their families, who are every bit a part of the community they serve, are entitled to a life free from this type of cowardly action. 

“These vicious attacks on properties go hand in hand with the activities of terrorists who continue to amass detail on Officers. They are doing this because they want to kill and maim the people who serve the community but who they regard as enemies.

“Aggressive targeting demands extra vigilance, and I would appeal to communities to isolate, frustrate and thwart those who would do Officers and their families harm.

“Clearly, there are those who are determined to inflict pain and misery. We would ask for the help of the entire community to counter this threat level and to help the Police apprehend those involved.”

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