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Crime prevention public meeting

A public meeting on crime prevention is being organised in the Knocknacarra Community Centre on Thursday September 26 at 8pm.

Krav maga classes in Galway

Krav maga was developed and refined during World War II and Israel’s War of Independence by Imi Lichtenfeld. Krav maga is Hebrew for “contact combat”. It was originally developed in the Israeli defence forces and various branches of the security services, and later adapted to civilian needs. It is based on utility, instinct, simplicity, and adaptability. It emerged from an environment where violence, mostly political, was unfortunately commonplace.

Galway city retailers up their game for security during Volvo Ocean Race events

In advance of the Volvo Ocean Race Events, Galway City Centre businesses and retailers are invited to attend a briefing on retail security and an opportunity to share information and network.

Prosecutions and sanctions to be taken against Castlebar bouncers

The Private Security Authority (PSA) has commenced legal proceedings against unlicensed individuals providing door supervisor services at licensed premises in Castlebar.

Private security watchdog concerned by non-compliance of identity badges in Tuam

The Private Security Authority (PSA) has expressed concern at the number of door security staff in the Tuam area found not complying with the legal requirement to wear an identity badge.

51 per cent of businesses victims of crime, says SFA

A survey conducted by the Small Firms Association and released earlier this week, shows that 51 per cent of businesses have been victims of crime on at least one occasion in the past year.

Jobs boost as Sword Security announces Volvo Ocean Race deal

A company founded in Galway has been appointed to provide security services for the Galway stopover of the Volvo Ocean Race.


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