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ASU increase from 55 to 75 by June
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The Garda Commissioner faced questions from the press today and said that the Armed Support Unit (ASU) will increase by 20 officers to 75 in total by 22 June.


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#2
Madness. It should be multiplied by 20, not added to by 20.
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ASU DMR but what about the rest of the country.

2008 when the RSU was setup up there was 3 cars with 3 members in each car now it's 2 members, on Sunday morning after the attack I saw single crewed Audi on patrol in cork


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#4
Look at this video in Facebook, it's mental how things happened quick

https://www.facebook.com/dubzdj/videos/1...061609455/


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#5
Landshark gets a bite in too.
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(07-06-2017, 08:36 PM)pogan Wrote: ASU DMR but what about the rest of the country.

2008 when the RSU was setup up there was 3 cars with 3 members in each car now it's 2 members, on Sunday morning after the attack I saw single crewed Audi on patrol in cork


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Maybe he was going for a sambo
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(07-06-2017, 08:36 PM)pogan Wrote: ASU DMR but what about the rest of the country.

2008 when the RSU was setup up there was 3 cars with 3 members in each car now it's 2 members, on Sunday morning after the attack I saw single crewed Audi on patrol in cork


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Maybe he was going for a sambo
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(09-06-2017, 12:07 AM)thehawk Wrote:
(07-06-2017, 08:36 PM)pogan Wrote: ASU DMR but what about the rest of the country.

2008 when the RSU was setup up there was 3 cars with 3 members in each car now it's 2 members, on Sunday morning after the attack I saw single crewed Audi on patrol in cork


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Maybe he was going for a sambo


If that's the case went for long drive for it


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#9
According to the papers this morning, it's the Army Ranger Wing which will be getting a large increase in manpower as the State's anti-terror response and will now be stationed in multiple locations across the country to allow immediate deployment
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#10
Great, so now on top of calling via radio, a separate phonecall will be needed plus they will need to deploy
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And a chief super to fill out the C70 to request them


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#12
According to local radio today, security measures were heightened at the Kerry v Clare match in light of events in the UK.

Be hard to spot a Islamic radical in that crowd Id say...
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#13
Have you seen the farmers tan on some GAA crowd? They'd easily pass for a jihadi.
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#14
Danny Healy-Rae could easily be confused for some Islamic extremist.
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