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Community voice needs to be heard with regards to new policing model - Keena


Young female left ‘quite shaken’ following incident on Athlone Greenway

Gardai are continuing to investigate an incident during which a female in her 20s was left “shaken” after a man grabbed her on the shoulder while she was enjoying a leisurely run on the greenway in Athlone.

Cathaoirleach seeks meeting with senior Gardai following Athlone tragedy

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Noting his concerns pertaining to community policing, Cathaoirleach of Westmeath Council, Cllr Aengus O'Rourke, has penned a letter to Garda Chief Superintendent, John Dollard, requesting an urgent meeting to discuss issues which are continuing to have a detrimental impact within Athlone and its immediate environs.

Councillor warns of ‘crisis in policing’ in Athlone

by Una Sinnott

Burglars are sizing up homes without alarms, chief superintendent tells JPC meeting

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At Monday’s online meeting of the Galway County Council Joint Policing Committee Chief Superintendent Tom Curley said there had been ‘a marked increase’ in burglaries recently.

An Garda Síochána, the early years in Galway

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After the truce, the RIC handed over its barracks to the Irish Free State. One hundred years ago this month, the Government set up An Garda Síochána, an unarmed civic police force. Unfortunately, the first group of gardaí who arrived in Galway by train had no barracks to go to, the Eglinton Street headquarters having been destroyed in an arson attack. A search began for some place to house the 23 gardaí and that evening, they managed to find accommodation in the County Club. They stayed there for almost a year.

'Marked increase' in burglaries in Galway

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There has been a 'marked increase' in burglaries in Galway, Monday's online meeting of the Galway County Council Joint Policing Committee was told.

Gardai to monitor doughnut drivers

Dangerous car stunts are being carried out on the N84, according to Cllr Andrew Reddington at Monday's County Joint Policing Committee meeting,

Connolly raises concerns over anti-social behaviour in city centre

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Anti-social behaviour in the city centre was "forseeable", and  pro-active policing plan is needed, according to Independent Galway West TD, Catherine Connolly.


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