The posters use a picture of Peadar Heffron along with a warning that anyone thinking of joining the police could suffer similar injuries.
Detectives are continuing to question four people over the deaths of 39 migrants whose bodies were found inside a lorry in Essex.
Latest: A fourth person has been arrested by police investigating the deaths of 39 people found in the back of a lorry in Essex.
An explosive device has detonated in Co Fermanagh as police and British Army bomb disposal officers were searching the area.
Deputy Chief Constable Stephen Martin said police believe more than one person was involved in the shooting.
Police in the North have concluded that 619 people were in the queue or car park on the night of the crush at a disco in Cookstown.
Police officers who responded to a hotel disco crush that killed three teenagers are to face investigation after it emerged they initially withdrew from the scene.
An investigation involving counter-terrorism officers has been launched after four mosques had their windows smashed with a sledgehammer overnight.
Drew Harris has been named as the new Garda Commissioner.
The Independence Alliance considered pulling out of Government over the way in which the Taoiseach and other government ministers have handled the Maurice McCabe scandal.
A female police chief has escaped the sack after she launched a drunken tirade at a junior colleague about the size of her breasts.
A man has described how he dragged a badly injured woman police officer into his home by her body armour after witnessing a frenzied attack on her by a man wielding a axe.
The North’s deputy chief constable has rejected claims officers have deliberately delayed the disclosure of top secret material for legacy inquests to protect former colleagues.
More than two cannabis factories are being uncovered every week in the North, a senior police commander has said.
A corrupt former police community support officer who conned air passengers into handing over cash is to have her baby girl taken from her in prison after being jailed for six-and-a-half years.
A judge has ordered the police to fully explain the purpose of meetings commanders held with ex-officers about inquests into historic Troubles killings.
A Co Down-born police commander has seen off competition from senior officers in London and Dublin to be named the Police Service of Northern Ireland’s new Chief Constable.
Two PSNI officers filmed dragging an apparently incapacitated woman from the middle of the road and leaving her in a bus lane have been repositioned to different duties pending the outcome of an investigation.
The bodies of nine people killed when a police helicopter crashed into the roof of a busy pub have been recovered, as investigators revealed that no mayday call was made from the aircraft.
Nine people have now been confirmed to have died in the Glasgow police helicopter crash.
UK police chiefs investigating the Hillsborough disaster wanted to spend part of the money donated to the victims’ families on a holiday flat and gifts for officers, it has been reported.
Former senior officers at Surrey Police in England failed to act on evidence of the alleged hacking of schoolgirl Milly Dowler’s phone during their 2002 investigation of her murder, the police watchdog has found.
WHEN Mark Thatcher went missing in the Sahara while taking part in an international motor race in Jan 1982, his ashen-faced mother, upset and distressed, appeared on television close to breaking down.
A murder inquiry into the Bloody Sunday killings in Derry is to begin in the new year.
Sinn Féin’s Martin McGuinness has given his clearest signal to date that he is willing to meet the Queen.
News of the World journalists used phone hacking, harassment and lies to secure scoops on missing British schoolgirl Milly Dowler, police reported, detailing a litany of abusive press practices.
Five police officers from a UK force’s elite gun crime unit have been sacked after a photograph emerged of them “behaving inappropriately” inside a house they were supposed to be searching.
A retired market trader who fought off a gang of armed robbers after beating them with her handbag has said she knew she could have been in danger but would “do the same again”.
Police in the North are to launch a major security operation against dissident republicans over the next number of days, a senior officer announced today.
AT least 2,600 women have been trafficked into England and Wales and forced to work as prostitutes, a snapshot report published yesterday claims.
A major manhunt for fugitive gunman Raoul Moat focused on the wooded hills and open moorland surrounding a pretty village today.
A motorist told how he risked his life chasing gunman Derrick Bird during his shooting spree as details emerged of dramatic early efforts to catch the mass killer.
British police were today investigating what sparked gunman Derrick Bird's killing spree amid reports he was involved in a bitter family feud.
At least five people were dead in Britain today after a taxi driver went on the rampage with a shotgun then killed himself.
Controversial reports into alleged British security force “shoot-to-kill” deaths in the North should be released to the victims’ families, the High Court ruled today.
A major security operation was under way in the North tonight amid fears that dissident republicans are planning to launch attacks in the run-up to the UK General Election.
THE dog that savaged John-Paul Massey to death was an illegally-held pit bull-type dog banned for being too dangerous to keep, it has been revealed.
The dog that savaged John-Paul Massey to death in England was an illegally-held pitbull-type dog banned for being too dangerous to keep, it was revealed today.
Police in the North are to comply with a court order to hand over top secret reports on an alleged officer shoot-to-kill policy during the Troubles, a senior commander revealed today.
Police chiefs in the North today poured cold water on Sinn Féin claims they were happy with the British Prime Minister’s financial package for achieving the devolution of responsibility for policing and justice to the Stormont Assembly.
A Belfast coroner today gave the North's Chief Constable seven weeks to hand over top secret reports on an alleged police shoot-to-kill policy during the Troubles.
The chairman of the North’s Policing Board confirmed tonight that he is to step down from the role.
A POLICE investigation into the death of a man found floating in the pool of TV entertainer Michael Barrymore was flawed by serious errors and may have overlooked crucial evidence, a police report concluded yesterday.
An internal police investigation in the North has been launched after footage emerged allegedly showing officers performing joyrider-style stunts in a patrol car while waving a gun in the air, it was revealed tonight.
Semtex explosives once owned by the Provisional IRA (PIRA) was used in a weekend rocket attack on police officers in the North, it was revealed today.
Recorded crime in the North has dropped to its lowest level in nearly a decade, it was disclosed today.
Talks between Sinn Féin and the Police Service of Northern Ireland focussed on trying to build a better understanding of each other, Chief Constable Hugh Orde said today.
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