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Transformation

 

Maggie Hagan (Studentsí Union President), Chief Constable George Hamilton
and Superintendent Andrew Freeburn

Maggie Hagan (Students’ Union President), Chief Constable George Hamilton
and Superintendent Andrew Freeburn

 

St Mary’s University College was delighted to welcome George Hamilton, chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) to the Falls Road campus in West Belfast on 1 May, the feast of St Joseph the Worker, patron of the College.

The Chief Constable delivered a lecture to a large audience of both students and members of staff on the theme of transformation. Along with Staff Officer Superintendent Andrew Freeburn, he then held a private discussion with students on policing issues that was facilitated by Maggie Hagan, President of the College Students’ Union.

In the course of his lecture, Mr Hamilton addressed three dimensions of transformation i.e., personal, organisational and societal.

 

 

Dr Ciarán Kearney, Mr George Hamilton, Professor Peter Finn and Fr Feidhlimidh Magennis


Dr Ciarán Kearney, Mr George Hamilton, Professor Peter Finn and Fr Feidhlimidh Magennis

 

 

PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton delivers a lecture on the theme of transformation

 

PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton delivers a lecture on the theme of transformation

 

A cross section to staff and students who attended the lecture

 

A cross section of staff and students who attended the lecture

 

College Principal Professor Peter Finn with Chief Constable George Hamilton

 

College Principal Professor Peter Finn with Chief Constable George Hamilton