Arlene Foster is the DUP Assembly representative for the people of Fermanagh and South Tyrone. She is supported by 8 Councillors who work between Fermanagh & Omagh District Council and Mid Ulster Council.
The DUP operates a second to none service for the people of Fermanagh and South Tyrone. The constituency is served by a full time office in Enniskillen that promises to maintain an unrivaled service for the entire constituency.
A SAFER AND PROSPEROUS COMMUNITY FOR ALL
Safety in our own home is a freedom we all should enjoy in 2017. Arlene will continue to work with the PSNI to ensure that the safety concerns of her constituents are dealt with immediately. Rural crime and attacks on the elderly have inflicted huge grief on families in recent years. Arlene is aware of these challenges and is committed to working with the Department of Justice to ensure that tougher sentences are placed on criminals. Housing development and accessibility to health care and education are key components of a happy and prosperous family living in Fermanagh & South Tyrone. Arlene dedicates herself to ensuring that simple basic necessities are available for each of their constituents. Each person living in Fermanagh & South Tyrone can feel valued through the vision that Arlene has for this area.
TACKLING HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Driven by compassion for victims, and fortified by his faith, former MLA Maurice Morrow was determined to bring forward legislation against the depraved crime of human trafficking and exploitation. In a ground breaking move he succeeded in leading a major change in law – the first of it’s kind in the UK. The new legislation will place victims at its heart and will ensure that tougher sanctions are placed on those convicted of this horrendous crime. There is no doubt that through the implementation of this Act, other countries from around the world will be able to use this legislation as a model to deal with the crime in their own country. Victims of modern day slavery have been let down by Government’s across the globe, but thanks to the dedication of Maurice, Northern Ireland has taken the historic step to tackle this crime head on.