Statement from the Policing Authority regarding the Garda Síochána review of the invalid and unwarranted closure of CAD incidents/999 calls
The Policing Authority has been actively engaged with the issue of the unwarranted cancellation of 999 calls since being first informed in December 2020 and, especially, since more detailed and comprehensive information was made available in May 2021.
Policing Authority publishes Assessment of Policing Performance July 2021
The Policing Authority has today published its first Assessment of Policing Performance in 2021. The assessment covers the policing performance in the first six months of 2021 and is made primarily but not exclusively against the commitments made by the Garda Síochána in its Policing Plan 2021.
Policing Authority appoints Mr. Derek Penman to provide independent strategic advice on the Garda Síochána review of the invalid and unwarranted closure of CAD incidents
The Policing Authority has appointed Mr. Derek Penman to conduct an independent, external preliminary examination of the adequacy of the review being undertaken by the Garda Síochána of the invalid and unwarranted closure of CAD incidents.
Policing Authority publishes 15th report on policing performance by the Garda Síochána during the COVID-19 crisis
The Policing Authority has today published the 15th 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 on Monday.
Call for Research: The experience of policing in Ireland by diverse and minority communities
The Policing Authority will soon publish a call for research applications on ‘The experience of policing in Ireland by diverse and minority communities’. To support the publication on 8 July 2021, the Authority will host an event to provide a brief introduction to the research topic, requirements and application timelines.