The Policing Authority welcomes the publication today by the Minister for Justice and Equality of the Inspectorate’s report entitled “Policing with Local Communities”. While the inspection was undertaken contemporaneously with the work of the Commission on the Future of Policing, it will make an important contribution to the ongoing work of Garda reform.
The Policing Authority welcomes the publication yesterday of the third interim report of the tribunal of inquiry chaired by the Honourable Mr Justice Peter Charleton.
The Policing Authority met yesterday (Wednesday 25 September) in advance of its regular monthly meeting to consider the report of the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland.
The Policing Authority welcomes the publication today of the report of the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland and looks forward to reading it in detail. The establishment of the Commission offered a significant opportunity to reflect and consider policing in Ireland.
The Policing Authority congratulates and welcomes Drew Harris, who has this morning taken up the position of Garda Commissioner.
The Authority looks forward to engaging with Commissioner Harris and working with him in the years ahead towards a shared objective of ensuring a modern, professional Garda service which deserves and enjoys the trust and support of the people.
The Policing Authority today (8 August 2018) has published two significant reports which are available on the Authority’s website.
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