GERARD HOWLIN: Opposition will miss commissioner who tried to affect change in force

The sooner we stop talking palaver about the decent men and women in the force the better. writes Gerard Howlin.

Former Garda commissioner Martin Callinan with his then deputy and eventual successor Nóirín O'Sullivan in 2013. Picture: Gareth Chaney

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