Published Wednesday, 04 September 2013
The PSNI and community leaders met on Wednesday to discuss community tensions. (© UTV)
The violence over the summer topped the agenda.
The meeting was a follow-up to the two-day conference held in Cardiff in May in a bid to develop a way to deal with community tensions in Northern Ireland.
PSNI Assistant Chief Constable George Hamilton described the latest round of discussions as frank.
"It added value in addressing concerns and perceptions arising from a difficult summer.
"This initiative is about building relationships and enabling communications and will continue to pay dividends over time.
"The group have therefore agreed to meet again in the future."
The initial talks in Cardiff were attended by around 25 delegates including senior policing figures, politicians and community representatives.
A PSNI spokesperson said at the time that the aim of the talks was to "discuss opportunities to develop police and community relationships and to build effective partnerships which will help support communities and policing".
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