RUC Special Branch Belfast Region

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Belfast Region was one of three regional commands with RUC Special Branch from the 1970s.[1]

Structure and Personnel

Regional Head of Special Branch (RHSB)

The Regional Head of Special Branch (RHSB) was normally a Chief Superintendent.[2]

Notes

  1. Mark Urban, Big Boys Rules, Faber and Faber, 1992, p.94.
  2. Mark Urban, Big Boys Rules, Faber and Faber, 1992, p.94.
  3. REPORT OF THE TRIBUNAL OF INQUIRY INTO SUGGESTIONS THAT MEMBERS OF AN GARDA SÍOCHÁNA OR OTHER EMPLOYEES OF THE STATE COLLUDED IN THE FATAL SHOOTINGS OF RUC CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT HARRY BREEN AND RUC SUPERINTENDENT ROBERT BUCHANAN ON THE 20TH MARCH 1989, Government of Ireland, 21 November 2013, p.158.
  4. REPORT OF THE TRIBUNAL OF INQUIRY INTO SUGGESTIONS THAT MEMBERS OF AN GARDA SÍOCHÁNA OR OTHER EMPLOYEES OF THE STATE COLLUDED IN THE FATAL SHOOTINGS OF RUC CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT HARRY BREEN AND RUC SUPERINTENDENT ROBERT BUCHANAN ON THE 20TH MARCH 1989, Government of Ireland, 21 November 2013, p.281.
  5. Statewatch Bulletin, Vol 4, No 4, August 1994.
  6. Jim Gamble: 'I was under threat but was more fearful for my family', Belfast Telegraph, 19 May 2014.