New reforms proposed to fight child sex abuse

The head of the Garda Inspectorate has recommended a series of wide-ranging reforms which would change how the force investigates child sex abuse cases.

16th April, 2011

The head of the Garda Inspectorate has recommended a series of wide-ranging reforms which would change how the force investigates child sex abuse cases.

The Sunday Business Post understands that Kathleen O’Toole has made 29 proposals to the government, which would involve significant changes to how gardaí investigate allegations of child sex abuse.

It would also affect their information sharing practices with other security and child care agencies. The proposals were submitted to...

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