The council put up two cameras in the city on Bachelor’s Walk and St John’s Road, but enforcement ended up outside of the scope of the trial.
Tag: An Garda Síochána
Forty Years Ago Gardaí Interviewed Hundreds of Gay Men While Searching for a Killer – and They Still Have All the Files
Gay activists say guards took the murder of Charles Self as an opportunity to work up dossiers on at least 1,500 gay men. “What murder has 1,500 suspects?”
Of 184 Bikes Stolen in Start of This Year, Six Have Been Returned to Owners, Show Garda Figures
“I feel like if it was a stolen car that was worth two grand, they would, they would try and find it,” says Hugh O’Sullivan, whose e-bike was stolen last month.
Doireann: Expansion of Garda Powers to Fight Covid-19 Risks Our Democratic Values
“We all need to continue to follow public health guidance … But the government must encourage compliance by appealing to our sense of the common good not by threatening us with sticks and sanctions.”
Doireann: Will the New Minister for Justice Follow Through on Justice Reform?
Lots of what is promised has been called for by human rights groups for a long time. So will this minister and this government be able to follow through?
Doireann: What Are the Dangers with the New Garda Powers?
Protecting public health in a time of grave risk is a legitimate aim. But there are also legitimate concerns that current measures go beyond what is needed.
Dublin’s Committees for Talking About Local Policing Issues Aren’t Working Well, Councillors Say
The Joint Policing Committees (JPCs) are supposed to be one link between communities, councillors, and An Gardaí Síochána.
Doireann: Who Should Police the Police?
Reform of the Garda-oversight bodies is coming – if the election doesn’t derail it, writes a senior research and policy officer with the Irish Council for Civil Liberties.
Empty for Years, the Fitzgibbon Street Garda Station Is Due to Reopen in 2020
But some local councillors say just reopening the station is not enough – the area needs more gardaí to staff it, and to walk the beat in the neighbourhood.
Elizabeth: What Happened to Dara Quigley Should Never Happen to Anyone Else
Here are the changes needed to ensure it doesn’t, writes an Irish Council for Civil Liberties representative due to speak about Dara’s case at the Oireachtas Justice Committee today.