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Police Enquiry Offices closed over St Patrick’s Day and Easter Holidays

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Enquiry offices at most police stations in the North area will be closed next Thursday for the St Patrick’s Day public holiday.

They will also close on Monday and Tuesday March 28 and 29 for the Easter holidays.

** The exception will be Strand Road, which will remain open.**

The closure will affect routine and non-urgent business, such as the production of driving documents.
It will not affect the services that police officers perform, or the number of officers available for duty.

Police officers will be available to meet those who have an urgent need. There are no changes to the 101 non-emergency number, which is the main way in which members of the community make contact with police.
If you need to report a crime or speak to an officer, please use the 101 number. In an emergency, dial 999.

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