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Time to peer into that crystal ball again. No, not the one in the Treasure Chest window. Here’s a taste of what we can expect in the year ahead.
A former Athlone-based garda was named in the Dáil yesterday (May 15) as a second whistleblower to come forward in the wake of the Guerin Report.
The new Garda Text Alert System will allow members of the public instant communication with the Garda Síochána and help with the prevention of crime.
Communities in Galway and across the State will be put at risk while the gardaí will be “thrown into disarray” if plans to reduce by 1,400 this year come into force.
Luckily for a lot of us Christmas is the time of year that is looked forward to with much anticipation for the fun and festivities which lie ahead over the coming weeks, however Christmas can also exacerbate the feeling of loneliness and bring great sadness for people, particularly for those who may have suffered the loss of a loved one during the year.
Four Garda stations in Westmeath are to close as part of the Government’s biggest ever restructuring of An Garda Síochána in the organisation’s history.
Mayo Fianna Fail Deputy Dara Calleary has raised the serious problem with the upsurge in the number of burglaries which are taking place in Mayo over the past two months which has caused “genuine fear across the county”. The deputy, who raised the matter in the Dáil on Tuesday, has called on the Minster for Justice, Alan Shatter, to engage with the Garda Commissioner, Martin Callinan, “immediately” in relation to the increase in numbers of robberies across the region.
A community representative on the Castlebar joint policing committee was persuaded to reconsider his decision to resign at this week’s meeting by his fellow members.
Tourmakeady, Glenisland, Mulranny, and Bellacorrik Garda stations in Mayo are to be closed under the new public expenditure cost-saving measures announced in the budget this week.
The Garda Commissioner, Martin Callinan, has praised the work of gardaí in Mayo who police the Corrib Gas project, where he said over the years they have been doing their job “professionally”.