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The future of Salthill Garda Station is secure as there is “no intention” on the part of either the Garda Commissioner or the Minister for Justice to close the station.
A war of words has broken out between Fine Gael and Independent Galway West TD Noel Grealish over claims that Salthill Garda Station will be closed down within the next two years.
The west side of Galway city and western Connemara region will be left without a dedicated Garda presence as Salthill Garda Station faces imminent closure.
A CCTV system for Westport has still not been signed off at Garda Headquarters. At the town’s JPC meeting on Monday, Superintendent Aidan Foley said that the application has been submitted however there had been no progress on it and he could not give a commitment as to when it will be signed off.
An application for CCTV for Westport has been forwarded to Garda Headquarters. According to Superintendent Aiden Foley the application has been sent and he hopes to be called to present to the Garda CCTV committee at the next quarterly meeting. However, the superintendent could not give the town’s JPC meeting a date when CCTV would be up and running.
Local Garda numbers will “reach dangerously low levels” over the next two years unless the Minister for Justice “immediately” lifts the ban on Garda recruitment.
The members of the Cultural, Education, Heritage and Corporate Affairs SPC of Mayo County Council have called for the members of the public to have their say on the new Garda Strategy Statement which is currently being formulated. The strategy statement will run from 2013 to 2015 and submissions from the public are being sought.
A 34-year-old man, who after a five day bender stole a bottle of wine and urinated in a Garda cell, was given a suspended sentence at Tuesday’s district court in Ballina.
A man who persistently drove with a counterfeit Romanian driving licence, once driving into a roundabout while drunk, has been jailed for eight months and disqualified from driving for six years.
Superintendent Michael Murray of Westport Garda Station is to retire from An Garda Síochána on December 1, having served for over 31 years in the force.