In December 2017 Member A was attending a Christmas party for his Garda station. At around 3.30am he left the bar heading for his hotel bedroom. While crossing the lobby there was a verbal exchange between himself and two civilians, a man and woman.
Archbishop Martin, the GAA, An Garda Síochána, the HSE, and Donald Trump. There’s a bunch that have nothing in common, you’d be thinking. Except maybe one thing — an inability to say sorry.
Drew Harris, the deputy chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland who was named as the next Garda commissioner yesterday, will know that his two immediate predecessors’ careers came to an end in a way that made Enoch Powell’s famous line about politics relevant to policing.
There was “very little documentation” provided to justify continuing a multimillion-euro contract for the provision of IT services to An Garda Síochána, the Public Accounts Committee heard yesterday.
An Garda Síochána is supporting the forthcoming supervised injecting centre not just because it’s Government policy but because it is the “right thing to do”, Dublin’s police chief says.
An Garda Siochána has just 24 hours to confirm it is tax compliant to the Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee amid an ongoing Revenue examination of its accounts in response to the Garda College financial scandal.
n recent days it has emerged, through the Charleton inquiry disinterring, that former Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan wrote to former justice minister Frances Fitzgerald suggesting a form of words, an all-for-one-and-one-for-all valediction that she should use in a Dáil statement to underline her support for An Garda Síochána and its senior officer.
A Cork Garda who was shot at multiple times by a gunman after stopping his van at a checkpoint, said she was “honoured” to receive a Silver Scott Medal for “exceptional courage and bravery” after she tried to disarm the man, before he took his own life.