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19th April 2018 / News

Civil Servants want shorter working week!!

As a Civil Servant I haven’t a clue what this is all about, I’ve never worked less that a 40...
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18th April 2018 / Articles

RISKS OF USING PUBLIC WI-FI by Europol

Along with convenience for the public, public Wi-Fi hotspots can also provide an easy way for identity thieves and cybercriminals...
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18th April 2018 / Articles

Taking Care of Others after Trauma

People often worry about how to help others after something traumatic has happened to them. If you happen to be...
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18th April 2018 / Articles

Good stress

An Old Article but still sadly relevant today in 2018 Published Garda Review in 2007. INTRO We need a certain amount of...
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18th April 2018 / Articles

Am I in a ‘High risk’ job?

By Dr Jo Clarke and Dr. Michael Carroll Introduction  There are some jobs which, of their very nature, leave individuals...
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18th April 2018 / News

Man accused of attempted murder of his partner told Gardai he didn’t care if daughter (2) was alive, court hears

Victim Alicja Kalinowska leaves the Central Criminal Court in Dublin   A dad-of-one who denies the attempted murder of his...
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18th April 2018 / News

Notorious pedophile Christy Griffin leaves prison

Griffin (48) left the Midlands Prison in Co Laois this morning He has served a 15-year jail sentence for the...
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18th April 2018 / Articles

Garda therapy service ‘could help avert stress claim fiasco’

Sarah Murphy A SUPPORT and counselling service for stressed gardai is needed to avoid legal action by officers, it was...
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17th April 2018 / Articles

Senior prison official ‘bullied’

A major rift has opened up among management in the Irish Prison Service (IPS) amid allegations about bullying, intimidation, and...
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17th April 2018 / Articles

Domestic violence victims feel letdown and unsupported in latest study

More than a third of the women who contacted the Women’s Aid domestic abuse charity last year said they found...
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17th April 2018 / News

Gardai investigating circumstances surrounding death of baby

Gardaí are treating death of a new born baby whose body was found in the boot of a parked car...
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17th April 2018 / News

Gardai and Australian police smash Kinahan-backed cocaine trafficking operation

Gardai and Australian Federal Police have smashed a Kinahan-backed cocaine trafficking operation. The raids across Dublin involved dozens of gardai...
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16th April 2018 / Articles

Protect the protectors

A Garda support service set up two years ago has received less than 650 calls for help. The official 24/7...
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16th April 2018 / News

Dublin Fire Brigade battle blaze at derelict Dublin pub

Three units of Dublin Fire Brigade attended a blaze at a derelict pub in North Dublin tonight. The fire at...
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16th April 2018 / News

Gardai appealing for help to find two teenagers missing from Cork city

 Update 14.52: Both teens have been found safe and well Two teenagers have been missing from Cork city since Friday...
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16th April 2018 / News

Pal of Eamon Cumberton ‘spit blood at frontline gardai in sickening attack’

A CLOSE pal of Kinahan cartel hitman Eamon Cumberton was last night blamed for a series of sickening attacks on...
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16th April 2018 / News

Gardaí appeal for information on Tallaght murder

Gardaí are appealing for information on the murder of a man in Tallaght in Dublin. 49-year-old Ioan Artene Bob was...
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16th April 2018 / News

Dublin Fire Brigade urging people to watch out for pub scam

Dublin Fire Brigade are warning people to watch out for a scam in pubs across the capital. They have taken...
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14th April 2018 / News

German Shepherds, fights and a sea of Gardaí – The Dublin Derby

Dano Byrne had just equalised for Bohemians, Keith Ward had uprooted the corner flag out of the ground with a...
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13th April 2018 / Articles

The Problem with “Broken Windows” Policing

For years, police in Newark, N.J. regularly handed out citations to residents for minor offenses. Known as “blue summonses,” the...
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13th April 2018 / News

Gardaí make arrest after man dies at Rosslare Europort

A man has been arrested by gardaí investigating a death at Rosslare Europort in Co Wexford this evening. An assault...
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