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# policing

This week
14th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
John O'Brien: We had a road safety policing model that worked, what went wrong?
John O'Brien
Last month
March 2024
Garda rosters dispute looks to be coming to an end as GRA leaders vote to accept new proposal
This year
Govt dismisses recommendation to alter Garda role for prosecuting court cases
Last year
Dublin is safe compared to other western cities, Taoiseach insists
Garda Commissioner says perpetrators of Galway hotel attack 'most probably' local to the area
GRA President insists training standards must be maintained despite rush to police Dublin
151 will next week leave the Garda College in Templemore at least two weeks ahead of the completion of their training.
Legislation to provide gardaí with body-worn cameras passes
Prof Donncha O’Connell: We need a calm and measured assessment of policing after the riots
Donncha O’Connell
Garda Commissioner faces questions from TDs after Dublin Riots
The Explainer: Out of control - how did an attack in Dublin lead to riots and looting?
Commissioner expressed 'dissatisfaction' over GRA appearance on Prime Time on Thursday
Former member: It's time gardaí got some real support in tackling antisocial behaviour
Stephen Moore
Jon Boutcher, who led the 'Stakeknife' probe, appointed as next Chief Constable of the PSNI
Garda Commissioner agrees to 'review' policing of far-right protests, trade union says
Dublin Garda chief says 'better roster' will be found as councillors voice concerns
New garda industrial relations problem: Civilian staff fear new laws change their employment status
Top Dublin garda admits number of gardaí is below 'numbers we would want to have'
France to restrict public transport following violent protests over teen's killing
Garda bosses say officers didn't facilitate bus 'headcount' in Clare
Taoiseach 'horrified' by burning of refugee tents as ministers to meet gardaí over protests
Opinion: New legislation reforming garda and oversight bodies isn't in line with best practice
Doireann Ansbro
Analysis: This week's policing storm illustrates the differing views on the roles of Gardaí
Dr Ian Marder
Chairman asks woman to not discuss Garda complaint at local authority's policing meeting
All time
Cherry Orchard locals are 'fed up' and 'ignored' and feel criminals are 'in charge'
Garda watchdog sees marked increase in complaints in 2021 - but 39% ruled inadmissible
Policing Bill grants Garda ombudsman 'almost draconian' powers, superintendents' group warns
800 more gardaí to be recruited in 2022
NI police chief vows to listen to unionist concerns over report on South Armagh policing
Opinion: GSOC has made a difference - but it needs reform
Dr Vicky Conway
Cabinet clears the way for the biggest reform of national security in a generation
Policing Authority says relationship between gardaí and students 'significantly deteriorated' in recent months
The FAI has settled a €368k bill with An Garda Síochána for policing major football matches
50 garda sergeants appointed to inspector without new promotion competition
Drew Harris says gardaí have stepped up investigations to identify organisers of anti-lockdown protests
Gardaí launching a 'high visibility, nationwide policing plan' this weekend to support health guidelines
Gardaí defend policing of large gatherings during Covid-19
Legislation allowing gardaí enter homes to break up house parties 'unlikely'
August bank holiday: Gardaí detect 160 drink and drug drivers and a motorist clocked at 203 km/h
Number of garda inspectors to be increased to 500
US House of Representatives passes police reform bill after George Floyd death