Showing items tagged with 'psni'
8 January 2013: The National Union of Journalists has expressed grave concern at confirmation that the Police Service Northern Ireland has intercepted a letter containing a bullet addressed to a Belfast-based journalist.
5 December 2012: The NUJ has expressed grave disappointment at the decision of a court in Northern Ireland to compel photographers to hand over footage of the riots in Belfast on 12 July 2012.
19 August 2012: The National Union of Journalists has condemned a Loyalist death threat issued against a Belfast based journalist.
12 January 2012: Judge Tom Burgess, the Belfast Recorder, decided not to order the BBC to hand over video shot at a Real IRA parade in Derry in April 2011 to the PSNI.
10 December 2011: The chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has begun a legal application to have the BBC and UTV hand over video recordings of rioting in Derry.
30 September 2011: The failure to sufficiently resource newsrooms is a damning indictment of media organisations in Ireland and poses a direct threat to modern journalism, a Belfast conference was warned.
5 August 2011: A Belfast judge has ruled that news organisations must hand over unbroadcast and unedited material to the PSNI.
19 July 2011: Belfast Recorder Judge Thomas Burgess has ordered news organisations to hand over footage of the riots in east Belfast to the Northern Ireland police, the PSNI.
23 August 2010: The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has returned the phone it seized from Derry freelance journalist, Eamonn MacDermott, after public protests by the NUJ.
19 August 2010: The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has seized a mobile phone belonging to a Derry-based freelance journalist.