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Policing Authority Report Highlights Need to Listen to Frontline Gardai in Reform Plan

The headline message from today’s Policing Authority report on the Garda Siochana is that reform of the force must be informed by the experience of frontline gardai.......

Attack on off-duty garda’s private car condemned

The overnight attack on the private car of an off-duty garda near Dundalk is not likely to be a coincidence and almost certainly connected to their work.......

Flexibility on Uniforms a Useful Measure for Recruiting from Minority Communities

The decision by Commissioner Drew Harris to adopt a more flexible approach to Garda uniforms has been described as a useful measure for making......

Withdrawal of Minister’s Unwarranted Policing Claims Welcomed

"The withdrawal of Minister of State Finian McGrath’s unwarranted charge of political policing in respect of random road-side breath tests is welcome and necessary."

“Our members take their political independence very seriously and regard it as a key reason gardai command such a high level of public support."

"For clarification, gardai carry out Mandatory Intoxication Test checkpoints (MITs) under management instruction in accordance with the Road Traffic Act and do not set up MIT checkpoints under their own recognizance."

“The GRA welcomes Minister McGrath’s acknowledgement that his charges have no basis and will not be commenting further on this matter at this time.”

BA Applied Policing & Criminal Justice. 2019/20 Intake

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Policing and Criminal Justice. School of Law, University of Limerick online programme.

Applications will open on 1st April 2019 and will close on 31st May 2019 and the new programme will start in August 2019. Once open, the application details will be available here