CJ Strategy - Launch of online public consultation
The Department of Justice and Equality is inviting communities and members of the public to contribute to the development of a Strategy for the Criminal Justice System. The purpose of the strategy is to set out a shared vision for a joined up criminal justice system, to embed and sustain collaborative work, to drive innovation leading to more effective solutions and sanctions, with better outcomes for the public.
More information on the currently proposed direction of the Strategy is available here
Details on how to have your say can be found here
Chief Superintendent Competition 2020
The Policing Authority intends to hold a selection competition for the purpose of appointing a person(s) to the rank of Chief Superintendent in the Garda Síochána. Applications are invited from eligible persons who wish to be considered for appointment to this rank.
Oversight of Policing Performance during Covid-19
The Authority published the eigth in a series of reports to the Minister for Justice on its assessment of policing performance by the Garda Síochána during the COVID-19 crisis on 21 July. The Authority will continue its oversight with a particular focus on the challenges for policing at this time.
Policing Authority publishes interim report on The Experiences of Victims of Crime with the Garda Síochána
The Policing Authority has published an interim report on The Experiences of Victims of Crime with the Garda Síochána.
Policing Authority welcomes recruitment competition for new Deputy Commissioner of the Garda Síochána
The Policing Authority welcomes the advertisement today, Friday 16 October 2020, by the Public Appointments Service (PAS), of the recruitment competition for Deputy Commissioner of the Garda Síochána (2 positions).
Policing Authority publishes eighth report on policing performance by the Garda Síochána during the COVID-19 crisis
The Policing Authority has today published the eighth in a series of reports on its assessment of policing performance by the Garda Síochána during the COVID-19 crisis, which was submitted to the Minister for Justice, Ms. Helen McEntee last Friday.
Policing Authority welcomes publication of the Garda Síochána Public Attitudes Survey for 2019
The Policing Authority welcomes the publication of the Garda Síochána Public Attitudes Survey 2019. The survey presents the public’s perceptions of crime in Ireland and its perceptions of the Garda Síochána
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