Friday June 5, 2020

Garda culture shift yet to be witnessed

Despite promises of transparency and support, the culture appears not to have changed in the slightest

22nd May, 2016
Nóirín OSullivan: the Garda Commissioner has been under ferocious pressure in the wake of the publication of the OHiggins report Picture: RollingNews.ie

On May 8, 2014, the eve of the publication of the Guerin report, newly appointed Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald promised a new era of transparency and reform in An Garda Síochána. Alan Shatter, in the firing line over his handling of whistleblowers, had walked the political plank a day earlier. As if to mark a new era of accountability and change, Fitzgerald heaped praise on Sergeant Maurice McCabe for highlighting a litany of policing...

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