The membership of the new Causeway Coast and Glens Policing and Community Safety Partnership has been finalised.
The independent members are Jason Balmer, Coleraine; Leanne Abernethy, Bushmills; Ann McNickle, Limavady; Roisin Brown, Coleraine; Anthony McPeake, Ballycastle; Sharon Burnett, Coleraine; Rory Donaghy, Dungiven; Caroline White, Dungiven; Ashleen Schenning, Claudy.
Jason Balmer works in the customer service sector and with Barnardo’s while Leanne Abernethy is a project manager. Ann McNickle is Project Manager of Causeway Rural and Urban Network while Roisin Brown works for a Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly.
Anthony McPeake is a Housing Officer (Community Co-ordinator) while Sharon Burnett is the Chief Executive Officer of Causeway Women’s Aid. Self Employed Rory Donaghy has been appointed to the partnership along with political adviser Caroline White and Community Worker Ashleen Schenning.
The political representatives are DUP councillors Frank Campbell, Sam Cole and James McCorkell, Sinn Fein’s Brenda Chivers and Kieran Mulholland, SDLP’s Gerry Mullan, UUP councillors Tom McKeown, William King and Sandra Hunter and the TUV’s William Blair.