Events

Launch of National Community Engagement Day 2022

IFA and An Garda Síochána join forces with the National Rural Safety forum for the National Community Engagement Day. On Wednesday 27th April 2022, An Garda Síochána are inviting local…

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Irish News

An Garda Síochána and RSA Launch Easter Bank Holiday Road Safety Appeal

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána are issuing an urgent Easter road safety appeal to all road users to slow down, wear seatbelts, not to drive when…

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GNECB Fraud Awareness Week: Accommodation Fraud

An Garda Síochána is warning people to be extra vigilant for accommodation fraud, particularly now at a time when society and foreign travel has opened up again. While the number…

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Irish News

Road Safety Appeal Ahead of St. Patrick’s Day

One in four motorists (26%) admitted there were times when they may have been over the limit when driving the morning after a night out according to new attitudinal research released…

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Culture

Publication of New An Garda Síochána Irish Language Strategy

The Minister for Justice Helen McEntee has welcomed the publication of An Garda Síochána’s third Irish Language Strategy, which aims to strengthen Irish language services within the organisation. The Strategy…

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Irish News

Enhanced Background Checks – Irish Aviation Industry

The implementation of EU Commission Regulation 2019-103 which amended the provisions of EU Commission Regulation 2015/1998 introduced ‘Enhanced Background Checks’ commonly known as ‘Security Vetting’ for employees of the Irish…

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Irish News

Government Extends Term of Appointment of Garda Commissioner

The government has approved a proposal from the Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, to extend the term of office of the Garda Commissioner up to 1 June 2025, when he…

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Irish News

An Garda Síochána Commence Latest Recruitment Competition for New Garda Trainees

An Garda Síochána, in partnership with the Public Appointments Service, has commenced a recruitment competition for Garda trainees. The competition, which is open from today until 3pm on Wednesday, 16…

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History

A Century of Keeping People Safe

Early 1922 was a fraught time for Ireland. The new Irish Free State faced many challenges a century ago. There were tensions surrounding the Treaty between the Irish and British…

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Irish News

An Garda Síochána Announces New Operational Uniform

The delivery of a new Garda Uniform to frontline operational Gardaí commences this week. Over the next number of weeks this new operational uniform will be delivered to over 13,000…

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Irish News

Publication of Crime Prevention Strategy 2021 – 2024

An Garda Síochána has launched our Crime Prevention and Reduction Strategy 2021 to 2024. Crime prevention is achieved through effective and comprehensive engagement with communities and businesses. It is acknowledged…

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Christmas

Christmas and New Year Road Safety Campaign 2021

An Garda Síochána and The Road Safety Authority (RSA) have launched a road safety campaign and called on drivers to act responsibly and to not be tempted to drink and…

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Irish News

Property Marking Machines To Aid In Reducing Property Crime Across Limerick

Limerick City and County Council is teaming up with An Garda Síochána, community groups across Limerick to help reduce the incidence of property theft using property marking machines. The Council has purchased…

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Irish News

The Gardaí Will Brighten Up Your Day

As we prepare to gain an extra hour’s sleep shortly, with the clocks going back at 2am on Sunday 31 October, the days are getting shorter as darkness falls earlier….

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Irish News

‘Impeccable’ work by gardaí led to conviction of Rose Hanrahan murderer

Feature image courtesy of An Garda Siochana via Facebook This article appeared originally on www.breakingnews.ie on the 05/07/21 The family of murder victim Rose Hanrahan has said it was down…

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Irish News

Report on Protected Disclosures made directly to the Minister for Justice by workers, or former workers, of An Garda Síochána

This report was first published by The Department of Justice on the 29/06/21 Introduction The Department of Justice policy in relation to dealing with Protected Disclosures is set out in…

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Irish News

New legislation to allow gardaí demand passwords for devices when carrying out search warrant

The Minister for Justice has today outlined plans for a sweeping overhaul of how gardaí operate, including a new power for gardaí to request passwords or encryption keys for electronic devices….

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RSA and An Garda Síochána remind drivers that parking on footpaths or cycle lanes is unsafe and illegal

Image courtesy of William Murphy Via Flickr The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána are urging all drivers to park responsibly and not to park on footpaths or…

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Members

Ministers McEntee and Troy introduce new Scheme for Garda Compensation Claims

The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee TD, and the Minister of State with responsibility for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Robert Troy TD, have today published the Garda Síochána…

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Irish News

Garda Youth Diversion Projects are to be Expanded

Garda youth diversion projects are to be expanded into every county across Ireland as part of the Government’s new strategy aimed at steering vulnerable children and young adults away from…

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Irish News

Minister McEntee notes release of CSO Crime Statistics for 2020

The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee TD, has noted the publication of Recorded Crime Statistics by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) for Q4 2020. This latest statistical release by the…

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History

The 1972–3 Dublin bombings

Image Courtesy of History Ireland The ‘third man’ in the case of British agent John Wyman and Garda Sergeant Patrick Crinnion. On 1 December 1972 at 7.58 and 8.15pm, as…

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Irish News

Garda ranks grow to largest number in force’s history

Garda personnel numbers reached their highest in the history of the State last year, according to the force’s annual report published on Tuesday morning. During 2019 gardaí seized more than…

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History

60 Years of Service: How Women Have Changed An Garda Síochána

In July 1959, An Garda Síochána welcomed twelve female members to its rankings. These women were the first female officers to ever join the organisation, and their bravery paved the…

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