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According to a new survey of crime against businesses in Ireland, antisocial behaviour at 30% was the largest type of crime experienced since January 2020.
Mayo County Council has spent €19,000 on improvement and replacement works on the CCTV camera system in Casltebar over the past number of weeks, which has brought 21 of the 24 cameras in the town up to operational level.
A Fine Gael councillor has claimed that only six of the 19 CCTV cameras in the county town are working.
The issue of monitoring of CCTV in Castlebar was a hot topic of discussion at the latest meeting of the Castlebar Municipal District.
Sinn Féin candidate in the Claremorris area, Natasha Warde, has highlighted the need to install CCTV cameras in the town of Claremorris, after a number of complaints were made to her on the doorsteps.
Irish Rural Link (IRL), the national network representing the interest of rural communities have today, with its base in Moate, has welcomed news that local authorities will now be the data controllers for the community CCTV scheme.
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.
Minister for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciaran Cannon, has said that the vandalism of a church near Clifden highlights the need for rural communities to avail of Government funding for CCTV.