Gardai watchdog 'frustrated' at response to data concerns; Calls for full review of homicides cases

As part of an ongoing review the Policing Authority has expressed frustration at the pace at which the Gardai have responded to concerns around the misclassification of data (crime figures) and has called on the service to provide a full process and timeframe for the review of all homicides cases from 2003-2017.


Gardaí hunt man after attempted post office raid

Gardaí are hunting for a lone raider who fled empty-handed after an attempted armed robbery at a post office in Cork.


Garda accepts his attacker’s apology

A garda who was punched to the ground in a violent incident has accepted an apology from the attacker, who was yesterday jailed for nine months.


It could be more than 7 months before new Garda Commissioner appointed

It could be more than 7 months before a new Garda Commissioner is appointed.


Mark Toland begins tenure as chief of Garda Inspectorate

Mark Toland has taken up his appointment as Chief Inspector of the Garda Síochána Inspectorate, it was confirmed today.


Former Garda Commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan joins nonprofit policing advocacy group

Embattled former Garda Commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan has been appointed to a newly created position of Director of Strategic Partnerships for Europe with a US based policing advocacy group.


If An Garda Síochána was a chain of hotels you'd shut it down, says former Ombudsman

A former Garda Ombudsman has said that the problems facing An Garda Síochána go far beyond its former Commissioner.


Policing Authority will decide on next Garda Commissioner: Donohoe

The Minister for Finance has refused to say if he believes the next Garda Commissioner should come from inside or outside the force.


Don't appoint civilian to Garda Commissioner job, warns security expert

A prominent security expert has warned that a civilian should not be appointed the new Garda Commissioner.