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Gardai­ listening to inmates' calls on jail phones

Prison officials have prevented ''very serious crimes by helping GardaI to listen to inmates' conversations on their illegal mobile phones.

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
20th July, 2014

Prison officials have prevented ''very serious crimes by helping Gardai­ to listen to inmates' conversations on their illegal mobile phones.

The operations involve using technology to identify prisoners who are using mobile phones in their cells and then passing on their details to Gardai­ to allow them to carry out electronic surveillance.

Irish Prison Service director general Michael Donnellan said that ''very serious crimes had been prevented with information passed on from these...

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