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[IRISH TIMES] GSOC publishes report into Garda handling of cyclist’s death

By Aine McMahon Mother of Shane O’Farrell dismissed Ombudsman’s report as ‘inadequate’ and ‘unsatisfactory’ Shane O’ Farrell, who died in a hit-and-run outside Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan on August 2nd, 2011. Photograph: Collins Courts Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email App The Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (Gsoc) has said it has found no evidence of criminal […]

Culture of impunity in Garda deeply embedded

Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality launches Code of Ethics for An Garda Síochána

23 January 2017 Good morning. I’m delighted to be here today to launch this Code of Ethics. One year on from its establishment, I believe the Policing Authority has brought a new energy to the public discourse on policing – a new transparency. The establishment of the Policing Authority is just one of a series […]

Culture of impunity in Garda deeply embedded

“A Victory For AGSI Members | We Welcome Taoiseach’s Comments Regarding Legislation for Garda Access to WRC & Labour Court

MEDIA STATEMENT  The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors has welcomed comments made by Taoiseach Enda Kenny in the Dáil this afternoon confirming that he has asked the Attorney General “to move as quickly as possible” to put the legal frameworks in place to allow Gardaí have access to the Workplace Relations Commission and the […]

AGSI Statement on Operational Policing Model

Monday Interview: Antoinette Cunningham Speaks To Tom Brady of the Irish Independent

Monday interview: ‘All we are left with is broken promises’ AGSI president says gardaí feel they have been ‘betrayed’, writes Tom Brady This article was originally published on Independent.ie The warning signs had been there for the past six months. But the Government either failed to notice them or else chose to ignore them. Now […]

Culture of impunity in Garda deeply embedded