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Majority of road deaths occur on Rural Roads in 2021 Vulnerable Road Users account for almost half ...
The annual Puck Fair 10th to 12th August 2021 and Kenmare Fair Day 15th August 2021 are cancelled d...
In line with An Garda Síochána’s strategic commitments, the Garda National Diversity and Integratio...
Gardaí are advising motorists to secure their vehicles when parking in unattended carparks in coast...
During the course of this search, approximately 281 grams of suspected MDMA, 2600 suspected ecstasy...
The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB), with the assistance of the Emergency Response Unit, Regional Arme...
At approximately 5a.m., one man armed with what is believed to be a knife, entered the house
An Garda Síochána have arrested and charged a man
An Garda Síochána aims to deliver a consistently high level of service to every victim of crime by providing a respectful, reassuring, responsive and reliable service, addressing the needs and expectations of all victims in a non-discriminatory manner.
An Garda Síochána works to combat crime in a number of ways, one of which is through Community Policing. Community policing occurs where Gardaí and members of the community and statutory and voluntary agencies work together.
The Garda National Vetting Bureau's primary objective is to provide an accurate and responsible vetting service which enhances the protection of children and vulnerable persons through enabling safer recruitment decisions.
Improving road safety and significantly reducing the incidence of fatal and serious injury on Irish roads is the main responsibility of the Garda National Roads Policing Bureau. Roads Policing Units will focus on community protection, crime prevention and denying criminals the use of the roads.