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Publication of Garda Síochána Report: Countering the Threat of Internal Corruption

2021-03-25T10:40:44+00:00March 25th, 2021|

The Garda Síochána Inspectorate welcomes the publication today of the Inspectorate’s first ever self-initiated inspection; Countering the Threat of Internal Corruption - A review of counter-corruption structures, strategies and processes in the Garda Síochána. Due to the unique nature of policing, internal corruption will always pose a threat to the integrity of the Garda Síochána. [...]

Garda Inspectorate press release on announcement of new Garda Siochana Operating Model

2021-03-22T12:20:17+00:00August 22nd, 2019|

The Garda Inspectorate welcomes the announcement today by the Garda Commissioner of a new operating model for the Garda Síochána. Welcoming the restructuring that will result in fewer regions and divisions, Chief Inspector Mark Toland said, rationalising the number of divisions will create significant benefits including an increase in the number of front line resources [...]

Press Statement on 2018 Progress Report of Criminal Justice (FCPS) Working Group

2021-03-22T12:21:08+00:00July 26th, 2019|

Publication by the Criminal Justice (Fixed Charged Processing System) Working Group 2018 Progress Report The Inspectorate welcomes the publication yesterday by the Ministers for Justice & Equality and Transport, Tourism & Sport of the 2018 Progress Report of the Criminal Justice Fixed Charge Processing System (FCPS)) Working Group, which was established to oversee and facilitate [...]

Publication of Garda Inspectorate Report: Public Order Policing; A Review of Practice in the Garda Siochana

2021-03-22T12:21:45+00:00June 25th, 2019|

Publication of Garda Inspectorate Report Public Order Policing - A Review of Practices in the Garda Síochána - Identifies areas of good practice, such as standardised training and multi-agency cooperation, briefing days for senior managers and advance welfare briefings - While incidents and risk of widespread disorder in Ireland are relatively low, inconsistent governance and [...]