Published Friday, 08 October 2010
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Earlier this week hundreds of guests were evacuated from Da Vinci's hotel as police mounted a major security operation.
On Friday, the hotel played host to a meeting of the Policing Board.
Those taking part walked past the bombed Ulster Bank, which was badly damaged in the overnight blast.
"Everyone just wants to dust themselves down and get up and get at it. There is no-one in this city or across the north who wants to affect the peace process", Sinn Féin Policing Board member Martina Anderson told UTV.
UUP board member Basil McCrea said: "It is of course significant that we are holding our meeting here today given the bomb attack earlier this week; but it was important to be here and our clear message is that we will continue to work to make sure that the public get the policing service they need. Those behind the attack have nothing to offer."
The Real IRA have claimed responsibility for the attack. Police are investigating the possibility that the bank and the hotel complex were deliberately targeted. Alternatively, the bomb could have been abandoned en route to a police station.
The meeting of the board's Human Rights Committee discussed the policing of domestic abuse.
Committee members met local organisations working with the victims of domestic violence to hear about ongoing work between the police and the community in the Foyle area.
"We have heard some very encouraging examples of good policing practice in dealing with Domestic Abuse in the Foyle area particularly. However, it is without doubt a concern of the Committee that there should be consistency in approach service wide", Committee Chair Mr McCrea said.
The problem of domestic violence is still worse in Derry than anywhere else in Northern Ireland, Ms Anderson said.
The latest PSNI statistics show that there were 2,429 domestic violence incidents in Foyle, she said.
"The PSNI responds on average to domestic incidents every 23 minutes of every day - and even that is not a true picture of the scale of the problem when you take into account the fact that it is a hugely under-reported crime", the Sinn Féin MLA said.
"We have already made several recommendations for the best way forward in tackling domestic violence, including the need for a more cohesive approach by all agencies and we will continue to maintain a focus on this issue to ensure that it is addressed more effectively in the future."
The bomb in Derry also featured highly and it gave all those involved a chance to stand united against the dissidents.
Chief Inspector Chris Yates said: "The reality is and I'm picking this up from everybody I speak to in the city: they don't want to let these people win. They want business as usual, they want to pick themselves up and get the city back on its feet and they want a proper effective policing service."
The Ulster Bank damaged in the blast will re-open for business on Monday.