Whoa! Averaging 66,000 Unique Weekly Readers! 

NI News

Police Service host information events in Derry City for new technology for firearms applications

2 Mins read

The Police Service of Northern Ireland in partnership with NI Direct are hosting an of information event with Firearms Certificate Holders to showcase new technology for firearms applications in Derry Central Library on Monday 21st November at 4.00pm and 6.30pm.  Ignite.it will be supporting Police Service in delivering these events.

Prior to the introduction of the online application process which will be introduced in the New Year for initial/re-grant or variation on a firearms certificate, staff from the Firearms and Explosives Branch of the Police Service will be hosting a roadshow in Derry Central Library to highlight the new application process.

Discussing the new process Nichola Murphy, Head of Firearms and Explosives Branch explains: “We have been working with our IT department and NI Direct to develop a robust online application process. The new application will ensure we are more effective and efficient in delivering our services to the public.

“I would encourage anyone who will be applying for an initial grant, re-grant or variation in the future to come to one of the Derry Central Library roadshows, which will provide them with an opportunity to complete an application form online.

“The roadshows will give the public the opportunity to try at first hand the new online technology and also gives us the opportunity to go through the new process step by step with them.”

All attendees will require an email address in order to complete the online application form.  However, if you do not currently have one, we would be happy to assist you in creating one. If you forward your name and address to [email protected]t or contact him on 08000 488638 and we will have an email address set up for individuals by the time of the event; alternatively we can assist you on the day of the event.

Please confirm your attendance by contacting Gwen Sweeney at the Police Service of Northern Ireland on [email protected] or telephone the non-emergency number 101 Ext: 33650.

Laptops and tablets are available at the events to allow the public to complete the application form.

A short film has also been developed which allows members of the public to go through the online process in a step by step guide.  It can viewed on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btG2sSnyrJs .

The Police Service will run a dual online and paper application process for six months from the start date of the online system.

Related posts
NI News

Covid-19 vaccinations arrive in Northern Ireland

1 Mins read
FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppThe Health Minister has confirmed that the first batch of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine has arrived into Northern Ireland. The initial consignment…
NI News

Former Midwifery Student settles case against QUB for £20,000

2 Mins read
FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppSarah Walker, a former midwifery student at Queen’s University Belfast, has settled a case against the University for £20,000. Sarah, who lives…
NI News

61 year old man convicted for a number of historical serious sexual offences against a young girl

1 Mins read
FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppDetectives from the Police Service of Northern Ireland’s Public Protection Branch have welcomed the conviction of a 61 year old man for…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *