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Crime prevention in Westmeath has received Government financial support with relevant funding being allocated to the community text alert scheme.
The Commission on the Future of Policing will host an open evening for people in Galway next week, and has invited members of the public, local community groups and interested stakeholders with views on the future of policing to attend.
Athlone’s Civic Offices hosted an open evening with the Commission on the Future of Policing last Thursday, kicking off a programme of nationwide events designed to allow members of the public, local community groups and other interested stakeholders to have their opinions heard.
The Commission on the Future of Policing will host its first open evening in Athlone next week, and has invited members of the public, local community groups and interested stakeholders with views on the future of policing to attend.
Sergeant John Connolly, Westmeath's Crime Prevention Officer, is warning the public not to become complacent regarding home/shed security in the coming months.
"Stop fiddling about with red tape" is the message of one local councillor to City Hall, who is demanding the local authority "press ahead immediately" with installing CCTV cameras to "combat crime" in estates on the east side of Galway.
A plan to beef up the visibility of gardai in rural areas that was trialled in the Belmullet area is being currently rolled out across the county. Chief Superintendent Pat Diskin told the members of Mayo County Council this week about the project that was first carried out in the Belmullet area and how it would now be spread out across the county.
Ireland West Airport Knock is to upgrade security measures with two new devices to detect explosives and a new security scanner.
The shortage of Garda patrol cars available in the Galway West Garda Division is now at “crisis level” and immediate action is needed to ensure a more visible Garda presence to combat the worrying increase in crime levels in housing estates in the west of the city.
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