HC Deb 11 December 1980 vol 995 c439W
Mr. Peter Robinson

asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will categorise the 73 reports received from members of the public at the temporary police post at Upper Galwally both by the addresses of the complainants and the nature of the complaints.

Mr. Alison

Between the opening of Galwally police post and 31 October 1980 121 report were received—not 73 as stated in my previous reply on 4 November—[Vol. 991, c.453]. It would not be appropriate to disclose the addresses of those persons who made reports, but about 75 per cent, of them were residents of the area serviced by the post.

The reports received can be categorised as follows—as percentages of the total number of reports received:—

Per cent.
Lost and found property 16
Broken down vehicles 13
Traffic accidents 8
Domestic disputes 6
Information 20
Disorderly behaviour 12
Vandalism 5
Other crime 6
Miscellaneous 14

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