The Policing Authority has today published its Annual Report for 2018. The third year of its existence, 2018 saw the Authority develop and deepen its assessment of the Garda Síochána, and its evidencing of this assessment. It added rigour and evidence to the hallmarks of its oversight, namely transparency and persistence.
The Policing Authority today publishes its full-year Assessment of the Garda Síochána’s performance in the implementation of the Policing Plan for 2018. The annual policing plan sets out the Garda Síochána’s commitments to the community regarding the policing service it will deliver in that year.
The Policing Authority today publishes its seventh report in a series examining and assessing the Garda Síochána’s progress in implementing the recommendations of the Garda Inspectorate’s Report Changing Policing in Ireland.
The Policing Authority welcomes the announcement today of a recruitment competition for Garda trainees.
The Policing Authority today published its Statement of Strategy 2019-2021 which was approved by the Minister for Justice and Equality and laid before the Oireachtas this week. Additionally, the Policing Authority is pleased to announce the launch of its first Research Bursary Scheme.
The Policing Authority is pleased that Government has today appointed two new members to the Policing Authority, Dr. Vicky Conway and Mr. Paul Mageean.