Anyone hear Matt Baggott's Radio Ulster interview? He is the new Chief Constable in the Six Counties. He comes across as a really sincere guy. He was selected by SF reps on the policing board of the Six Counties.
Interview with Matt Baggott:
BBC News - Dissidents 'like London street gangs' - Matt Baggott
Crime in Six Counties falls every single month from Oct2009:
BBC News - Figures show decrease in Northern Ireland crime
Road deaths at 50 year low
BBC News - NI has first month without road death since 1986
And now of course in the last week policing and justice powers are voted to be devolved to the six county government.
All of these dividends have followed in the light of Sinn Féin's policing support, a fundamental part of the peace strategy
Sinn Féin deserve credit for this.