Increased security measures for Londonderry courthouse

Following last month’s attempted car bomb at the courthouse in Londonderry, the BBC reports

Increased security measures are to be installed at the courthouse in Londonderry after an attempted bomb attack on the building last month.

More than 120 bollards will be placed on the footpath outside the court, stretching from the city walls to St. Columb’s Court.

Similar measures have already been put in place at the Strand Road police station in the city.

Road closures have been ordered elsewhere and we’ve seen the further extension of the Non-Jury Trial system.

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Meanwhile the Chief Constable, Matt Baggott, an advocate of post-bureaucratic policing, has launched his election campaign 10 commitments by the PSNI to increase accountability